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1\lik<- Powell junips 29' 
4 1/2" lo break the 2:5- 
year-old worltl long 
liitnp reeotxl at the World 
1 raek and Field 
I hampionships. 

2Kev in Costner and wile 
Cindy arrive for the 
premiere of Costner's hit 
Minimer fdm. Rohin Hood, 
I'rince of Thieves. 

3 Members of the 
Minnesota Twins 
celebrate w inning the 
\\ orld Series against the 
\tlanta Braves. Last year the 
I'wins finished last in their 
division. 

4 The California Gray 
\\ hale becomes the first 
of the six great whale 
-|)ri II s lo come off the 
riiilaiij;i-red species list. 

5l)a\ id Duke, fonner Ku 
Klijx Klan leader, loses 
election for governor of 
I j)iiisiana in a hotly contested 
I ampaigii. then announces 
his candidacy for U.S. 
President. 

6 Fred MacMurray, 
longtime actor, dies. He 
is show n here in an 
early show with his TV 
family, the original cast of ;Wv 
TVirce Sons. 

7 rheodor Seuss (ieisel. 
better known as Dr. 
Seuss, dies. He was 
celebrated for writing 
children s books such as 
Green Eggs and Ham and The 
Cal in the Hat. 




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l)a.skell)all star Kan in 
■"Magic" Johnson 
addresses a press conference 
to announce his reliremeni 
from the team due to testing; 
positive for the HIV virus. 



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2 Michael Jordan shows 
his Conference MV P 
trophy to Chicago fans. 
Jordan led the Chicago Bull- 
Id an NBA Championship and 
was later named Sports 

ustrated's Sportsman ol the 
'I ear. 

^ Secretan of Defense 

Dick Cheney. Chaimian 
" of the Joint Chiefs of 
Staff (General Colin Powell 

General Norman 
Schwarzkopf are show n in 
New York during "Operation 
W elcome Home." 

4 Arletle Schweitzer, 
center, is first I .S. 
woman to give hirtli lo 
lerown twin grandchildren. 
She acted as surrogate for her 
il.iLighler Christa. Christa's 
hiishand Kevin Lchytil is on 
I he left. 

5 In December the old 
Soviet flag was replaced 
by a white, blue and red 
flag representing the new 
Commonwealth of 
Independent Stales. 

61 .S. President Georgi- 
Bush adtlresses the 
opening mund of talk- ,il 
llic Vlideast Peace 
( onference in Madrid. 



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BEVERLEGA 1992 




BEVERLY HIGH SCHOOL 

Beverly, Massachusetts 




Tresa Capozzi Michele Carlo Jason Carlow Kristen Carr 




Michelle Casey David Castellucci Debra Castellucci Chantala Chanthasiri 




Michelle Christie Phan Hue Chung Joseph A. Ciampa Michael Ciaramitaro 




Gino Cirone Brian Clark James Coletti Michael C. Collins 




Armand Dagley Kimberly Dandreo Emily Dawson Joseph Day 




Michael C. Didonato Tracy M. Dill Katrina M. Dockham Adam Doty 




Nicholas Dragonas Christopher Drueding Michelle Ducharme Jay L. Dupont 




Lngrid Elso 



Lou Ann Evans 



Scott J. Favier 



Sandra J. Feldmann 




!^atherine A. Flynn 



Brian M. Foley 



Amanda Fox 



Jennifer Gabalis 




Keith R. Gagne 



Christopher Gagnon 



Kevin Gallant 



Sarah K. Gardner 




Jennifer Gerrior David Gerstenhaber Bernadette Giacalone P. Ryan Gillis 




Raisa Gonzalez Robert Grey Scott L. Grimes Jeremy Harrington 




Kelly Michaud James E. Millea Caroline Mills Jason Modugno 




Allana Moore Jason E. Moore Rachel Mott Pamela Moulton 




Nate Murray Amy L. Muzarol Lynn Neitzel Jason A. Nichols 




Robert Nickerson Jamaica O'Brien Christopher O'Neill Christopher Ouellette 




Jarrod Philpot Jill M. Pierce Andrea M. Pomroy Julie Powell 




Neith Preston Christine C. Prives Mark Rafter Brian Randall 




Alexander B. Rehm James H. Reily III 11 





radley Williams Vernon Williams A. Reed Worthen IV Matthew Wriggins 




ennifer Yescalis Stefanie A. Zwicker John Kwiatek 



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Directory 



Peter AcciMrattiT.C, Statue 3 Adeline 
Rd. 922-9040 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS Jamming with RH, SM, MR. 
AC DC with SM SM, BL, RB, BC, 
GY, and the Worcester Police. Thanks- 
giving weekend '90 over SM's and Poi- 
son. Seeing the Scream with MR. Three 
in a Row over BC's, Sorry about your 
car MR!! And spending all night in KE's 
car with TT. Kev and the Shoe. ACTIV- 
ITIES Freshmen, JV Lacrosse, Sopho- 
more year QUOTES "What?!!", 
"What's going on?" LEAVES to find 
the bum with my Case!!! PROPHECY 
In Los Angeles with Otto and our Band. 

Jeff Andrews Heffe 10 Bertram St. 927- 
6759 MEMORABLE EVENTS First 
Night- Golf Course w/ Bro. - JC, SC 
BB, AM, TM. Greenwood - Frosh. Tap 
Hits - Police dogs - Ride Home w/ off. 
Hegarty, Gloucester - Soph Boat Dance 
- "Everyone's Sober!" - 4th of July - 
Parties at MC's UVM w/ TM, DA. JC. 
T OR D w/ MC and JP - SPC of SJP 
Good times w/ MH, MC, ES, AG. HP 
w/ JB - BF, TW - HELL Nights w/ 
Hoggie (ie. the kidd) - Collins Cleaning 
Co. Dexter's - Pumpkin Smashin' w/ 
KT's NM RW, My 4 little kauklas KB, 
KD, JP, JB. - long talks w/ Stewie and 
SAUD-KB ACTIVITIES Baseball 9- 
1 2, Basketball 9- 1 2, National Honor So- 
ciety, Student Council President, Cap- 
tain Basketball and BAseball, Boys 
State QUOTES "Larry!", "I was sittin' 
there!", "Skata Sta Podia Sou" "I'm the 
one, TF, HW and HUEY!", "Obvious- 
ly" PROPHECY The "Show" 
LEAVES Somebody else to be the one, 
and my little sister, Jen 4 years of 
GOOD LUCK! 

Treror Archibald "Twitch" 6 Gateway 
Ln. 922-1756 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS Quarries with CS, AD, MD/ 
A trip to the beach with AD, MD/ Half 
in MD rooms/ Squad, Pedro with CS/ 
Parking Lot with KB, J J, CK/ 1st day 
of school at Stains/ 4th with AB/ 4 
wheeling with MM, PR, KB/ Combus- 
tion at PD/ NM house with JC, JB, JK 
QUOTES "Dissed again" "My neck 
hurts (twitch)" LEAVES half way spent 
and still going PROPHECY completely 
spent and still going 

Racbael Miranda Astyk Rach, Rach- 
Smell, Daffy D. 30 Bartlett St. 927-4642 
MEMORABLE EVENTS Friday 
mornings with JO; Lunch breaks with 
JB: Stop and Bop! CO rules; RP with 
EP: Zipper with AK; FT with AK, JK, 
BG, JM, JS, BH. KL, KG, EL, JP; Blip- 
ping! r.s. with CB, MC, KR,; PC - again! 
Cajun blackened cookies! Birthday '90 
with ND; The self proclaimed mall rats! 
CHEESECAKE and CRAYOLAS! 



Card night at JK's; CP at DF's; Winter 
walk with SZ; Mac-n-Cheese with RC: 
jd Bossman! BF LHP CLUB: cp and 
ME makes 42; s24; NH with BG AC- 
TIVITIES Chorus (9-12), CQ9120, 
Ledger (10-12), Aegis (12). Stage Right 
(10-12), Unity coalition (9-12), Setter- 
Flag squad (10,12), Amnesty (10-12), 
Radio Show (10) QUOTES "Bob, 
which way do the hinges go?" John-been 
augmented lately?" "I have no clue" 
"Anything not worth doing is worth not 
doing well." LEAVES The Dp pyramid 
to Anne; MB on the couch at Ja's; and 

happily ever after PROPHECY 

To be alive, happy, and if not walking on 
water, at least swimming along with the 
rest of the fish. AME 

Nicole Baclistrom Matilda Sue 1 James 
St. 922-3272 MEMORABLE EVENTS 
2x Roberts w/ KR, Chem w/ JM, SB 
and Grover. you've lost that loving feel- 
ing and other Gym songs w/ JM, SB, 
Sylvan St. w/ JM, mini golf w/ every- 
body, Hanah w/ AR, MB, RM, FA 
loves Hydras, Rice's, Mutual feelings. 
Chuck E. Cheese w/ JM, NP, JH, MB, 
RM, SB, Lunch w/ JM, SS, ER, BG & 
"Friends", free w/ SR, JV, JM, SB 
(III), BG, Cheif w/ MC, Breakfast w/ 
KR, CVS w/ KR, RV I can't smile, 
Denny's w/ KR, SB, Gordon, Home 
room w/ JM $ MR. D., "Ghost- Just 
Swallow it," Freddu K. w/ MB, JM, SS. 
ACTIVITIES Tennis (9-12), Powder 
puff (12), Peer Education Student Advi- 
sory Committee, Ledger, Aegis, Russian 
exchange, vice president of BB fan club 
w/ JM, B's personal psychiatrist 
QUOTES M-A-R-T-I-N, loser, "Share 
a mutual feeling??" Not, oh my skull. It 
was JOan's Idea- Mr. Dunn, SHUT UP 
Neith, Sure you do JOe, Grover, Which 
way is left?. Don't call me stupid. 
LEAVES "The Brat Pack" with 1 more 
year, little Bro to suffer for 3, er 
ALONE in Espanol 6, Mr. B and Mr. D 
lonely, apologies to Ryan PROPHECY 
Extremely Rich and successful, maid of 
Honor at KR & DW's wedding., HN 
TO DO attendence all by herself. 

Micbele Baer 16 Hillside 927-3594 
memorable events Going to Salem with 
BP, DP, CP, DB, LF, JP, VP, EP AND 
JP. Going to the pool. Partying at the 
beach with BP, CP, JS, DB, KG, AA, 
SD, JS, MG, PT, AND LF. Going to 
Lawrence with BP, CP AND LF, Stay- 
ing out 'til 4:00 am with JS, DB and CP. 
Smoking with MG and PT. Staying in 
Lynn with Maria and Sonia. Babysitting 
Vanessa, William, and Jose. Barbie say- 
ing "You are stupid crazy"! Purple Pas- 
sion, Pink Passion and Cisco! QUOTES 
"Chill Out", "I know you love me", 
"HOney I love you", "I know. Right!" 



LEAVES Chrissy and Greg to have the 
best senior year they can have together. 
I leave telling everyone, "I love my 
sweetheart" PROPHECY I will be rich 
and I'll have a nice car with dope music 
and a pumpin' system without a care in 
the world! 

NAME: Lisa Baldassarre NICK- 
NAME: Baldy, Spurs, Cobra Lady, 
Crash 5 PROSPECTS ST 927-9124 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Everything 
w/AW because she has no other friends. 
NH who? LN's jeep-my plane. Binky 
Boo-boo of Marshmellow Creek. Con- 
cert RM w/CM, KM, TF, JC. Concert 
N w/AW-driving to GW's. Where is my 
bag? Jan '90, my scarf! I flushed my 
mitten down the toilet! LSAL. 
"SNOW"-she loved it! JT & TR esca- 
pades. Jan '90 rolling in the street-Lock 
combo "A, B, C". Art w/BF-everyone 
knew I was the better drawer. Hallow- 
een '89-'90-'91. RG & GH- 1 dare ya! 
"Dropped your pocketbook"-BG, CB 
CC, KA,. AW's smelly dog. Always 
walk in the street. Trigmate DS. New 
Yrs '90-'91-John, nice bird! July 4th- 
Andy's-Hey Dick, roll over, you're snor- 
ing! 30 points! FLA '90, w/AW-Chris 
Rudolph & Mel Gibson-the twins. DN's 
bash-Bf give me some of that punch. 

KS-8 sec 19 sec. TH's attic- w/LN, 

CM, TH, JB-Cher stand up-hey it's' 
Batman. June l-'91-the House-my name 
is Penelope and you're only 19. RG's 
party. JW's-Alisa the toilet seat fell on 
my head-help! Toasting marshmellows. 
Summer -91 w/AW, TW, JC, SV, JL, 
JM, MT, JF, JL, ZT, JB, CF, CC, MD, 
LM, KS, Chin (sell that car), SW, JW, 
B#l, 2, 3. JC, Andy, Manch. PD, AC- 
TIVITIES; Softball (9-11), Field Hock- 
ey (9-12), Basketball (9), Winter Track 
(10), NHS (11-12), Yearbook (12), 
Hoofing to ale in Nature's greenhouse 
QUOTES: "Fight Me" "Goosh" "Mista 
Insta Card- he say you can go too" 
"Palmtrees" "You like it" "Why ask 
Why" "Hello McFly" "Honk my noo- 
dles" "That was when I realized I could 
fit under the seat of Cher's car" "Babes" 
"Hijya" "Ya" know" "Dude" "I got 
spurs that jingle, jangle, jingle" 
LEAVES: BC three more years to 
"Shine" "Zestfully Clean"! Good Luck! 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: Living 
it up w/AW while claiming the second 
half of my million $$$$ winnings- Still 
searching for that infamous bag!! 

Ned Barrett Nedwin, Nedly, Smed 9 
Lovett St. 921-1140 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS 4/28 w/ AP, 7/4/90 the 
"Fireworks", 1 1 /90 Chelmsford, Paris 
w/ SW, AP, TB, NW, LD. 5/21 the 
crack heard round the field, swimming 
w/ PL and KO, Suprise Breakfast, be- 



hind the rocks w/ap and JC, JW, GB, 
JL, SM. AP 3-4-5 ACTIVITIES Soccer 
(9-12) Lacrosse (9-12), Swimming (10- 
11) Key Club (11-12) Amnesty (11-12) 
HR President (12) QUOTES It was an 
indirect kick, I swear. I'll B-E-T wager 
Easy Killa. Can I help you? Are you 
serious? LEAVES The anxiety of High 
School for the Anxiety of College 
PROPHECY Married-three kids and a 
partner in a law company 

Abby Battis The original and onlu Boo- 
Boo Ab, The Abster, Snot 10 Standley 
St. 922-3934 MEMORABLE EVENTS 
Longwood '89, BC TC "(), Til Tuesday, 
Tommy Page, 10,000 Maniacs, JW and 
his plugs, Gary '89, BC 3/14 & 
6/16/90, Bruins games. Birdie!, 1:00 
AM swim with A, T, J, KO 4/13 & 
1/9/90 M & M's where! Many cruises 
with TC "Hey are we lost?" H-Coming 
'89 & '91 Joey! Bibbits. Topsfield w. 
CR, e/23 & 3/28/91 w/ CR, DN 
3/10/91 sorry SL, Danvers fireworks 
'91, all bashes and any other good times 
with TH, JB, KC, AK, CM, LN, AT 
Anytime talk sessions with SL thanks! 
Ney-Ney what a waste of a guy! Darren, 
9/14;91 Fireworks with S, T, J, LP my 
dream 9/28/91, Bungie jumping, Hal- 
loween "91, Foreign men! summer of 
1991 w/ Matt. Holy Cow! Thanks for 
my salvation you a;pme are everything. 
REM ACTIVITIES Tennis 9-1 1, Varsi- 
ty 10, 11, Ledger 10-12, Sports Editor 
12, Peer Ed 10-12, Unity Loalition 10, 
McNiff Scholarship Committee 10, 
Graduation Usher 9-11, Hockey wife 
1990 for JR, Thursday night California 
Club, WAH-WAH Club 10. QUOTES: 
Boing!, Ouchl, Turtle, Give it up! Slum- 
o-rama, "What about my mother and 
Guido?" LEAVES Tom with 3 hellish 
yrs. left. Good luck love! All the turtles 
who have opinions of me to be mortally 
wrong! PROPHECY To be skydiving 
over France with Matt, my foreign hus- 
band, and eight kids, taking notes for my 
front page article as editor in chief of the 
largest paper in the world! 

Tamara Battis Amanda 4 Clark Ave 
922-3156 MEMORABLE EVENTS 2 
Grateful Dead concerts . . almost. John 
Travolta fests Getting lost on the way to 
Alyssa's/ Purple Plaid Pajama cheese- 
like adjectives w/ EW getting pixied! 
High quality Bronx oregano w/ AR & 
RM. Cornbraids w/ SG & LJ. The 
Keith Taylor Fan Club w/ JOB & JS 
Sunday nights on Rantoul St. W/ JOB 
ANYTOWN! Sleeping over Rachel's. 
Kumquats and hairdye w/ JM, MG, 
RB, RM. Berry Blue w/ EL & AM 
Camping w/ RB, EL, SS & AR. Being 
self-righteous and condescending. Run 
from that date! w/ SG. The w incompe- 



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tant w/ ART Gummy bears w/ Olga. 
ACTIVITIES Amnesty IntL: Key Club; 
Unity Coalition; Band; NHS; Aegis; 
Recycling; Transcendental Club w/ 
ART. MR. SG. AG. JC & LJ; Bee-Gees 
fan club w/ SG. ART & LJ; Trullina for 
olives; BOWLING w/ EL. RM, AR. 
AB and everyone else; Being generally 
confused and vacant; slug fests w/ ART; 
Being a potato w. Ed; Yar-like tiems w/ 
RB; Not going to Earth Lday and Pri- 
mus concerts; Being a whore w/ SOC 
QUOTES "Even the mailman confuses" 
-TB & ART, "Tamara pass me tat jar . . 
."-EL, "I like things that esoteric and 
strange." -PF, "Isso Weeyud" -JT, 
"Gadzooks! RB, "Sawaaahhh!!!", "Re- 
member?" -EL, "People . . .", "The 
toast is burning!" -ND, Is it true that 
one small voice doesn't count in the 
wind?" - JMS PROPHECY I'll still be 
confused 

Hilde Berg Hilda, Hild 15 Memorial 
Dr. 922-2643 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS Good old days with KA, RC, 
BG, SL, LW, BW, H & CB; skiing with 
EG; The Hood; New Years Eve '91 and 
what I can't remember; Kelly's with PK; 
House parties; Hey kris put some 
clothes on; Peabody Jr. Prom '90; 
Hampton, Revere, Thunder Bridge, res- 
ervoir Gloucester quarry's at nite with 
JB, MM, JP, BL, RC, SW; Memories at 
Mason, Phillips and Central; Dennies in 
the am. Fireworks with si, hs, DON"T 
FORGET pk (I forgive you); Home- 
work at MS; Almost crashing with KA; 
blowing of all those red things; Getting 
pulled over with ka; Was I going too 
slow officer?" Shaving Mikies legs; Mad 
Maggies; Wishing for BG; Rockport 
with BG & EB (crazy driver); Condo 
with KA; long nights with BG; falling in 
front of the train with RC; Good times 
with KA, BG, RC, AF, MM, MA, MJ. 
AND MANY OTHERS WITH 
MANY MORE TO COME, Happy 
memories of MM & JF, I won't forget 
you baby; KA I love ya sis; Miss you 
much RC, Thanks mom and Irv. AC- 
TIVITIES homeroom rep 9, 10, 12 
QUOTES 'Get away'; 'Never mind'; 
'That's what happened' 'Whatever'; 
'Miss y much'; "A frien's a friend forev- 
er" 'Now forever after'; LEAVES Hairs- 
pray buildup on the bathroom sinks. No 
good memories behind, and 2 more 
years to JP& DW PROPHECY Gradu- 
ated College, successful, hopefully mar- 
ried and seeing you all at Reunion 

Michelle Bergeron 12 Temi Rd. 922- 
0890 MEMORABLE EVENTS almost 
setting a fire at King's Grant w/ AM, 
first night sleeping at AM's, skiing w/ 
DB & NB, 7/2/90 w/ SR, summer 90, 
9/30/90 w/SR at Gordon College, scar- 



ing KZ & DB in the woods, Topsfield 
Fair w/ SR, LH, TR, JB, MT, BBD 
concert w/ SR, BG, T?, New Year's Eve 
w/ SR, algebra w/ DB, Reggae Suns- 
plash w/ SR, BG, RK, Shay's tire falling 
apart while driving on the highway, driv- 
ing the bomber w/ AF & TH ACTIVI- 
TIES JV Tennis 10, Varsity Soccer 
Cheerleading 1 2 Quotes "Are you think- 
ing what I'm thinking", "Eclaire" w/ 
AF, "I love you SR" LEAVES My sis- 
ter Denise with two more years left, and 
Susan adn Aimee with one. Good Luck! 
PROPHECY Happily married to Sea- 
mus 

NAME Jessica Berman Screech 12 
Boyden Ave. 927-3693 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS 7/14/89 Andre Agassi w/ 
AK, HD, GL, KC; 3/16/19 "Seminor- 
mal" w/ AK, BL, MO; study notes w/ 
AB; tripping up stairs w/ Ab; Maine 90 
w/ AK, AT, CB, KC, SC, TC, AG, Nut- 
cracker AK, RR, TH; "mall rolling and 
mall pix" w/ zip and static; "wandering 
eye complex" w/ RR; "Relentless w/ 
RR' 6/8/91 w/ LN, RR, LB, AB, AW; 
Zip rides on roof of car at 50 mph and 
the neighbors lawn; 6/28/91 Jim's 
house, zip breaks ankle 8/14/91 stuck 
on an island w/ AB; 20 guys and no 
boat!; car screech w/ LN; making mud- 
pies w/ worms w/ CD; trying to find 
Bertucci's w/ CD, egg fight w/ AB, LN, 
LB; hitting LB at RR's house; Th's attic 
w/ Batman and Cher walking; haunted 
house w/ everyone; my surprise party 
notl: DECORATING TH's locker; 
AK's suprise LN's zipper; cute sopho- 
more guys w/ CD; winning my 1st tour- 
nament 7/31/91 ACTIVITIES Varsity 
Tennis 9-12 (capt. 11-12)' varsity swim- 
ming capt 12; Ledger Sports Editor (10- 
12); Unity Coalition (10); Powder puff 
(12) WAH-WAH Club 10 QUOTES 
Get a clue! My hermit days are over; do 
you get wet when you go in the water?; I 
can't make complete sentences!; do you 
want to swim?, I didn't know you were 
there lisa!; we are trees!; don't go under 
the tunnel CD!; I don't think I've done 
anything that bad w/ . . ?; why are you 
such a mega ?; this is fruit punch, 
babe! Let's play squat!; I'm not touching 
you, sorry rules are rules LEAVES Mr. 
Rosinski to know 1 was the one who put 
his picture in the May 1990 Ledger and 
CD to deal w/ BB and SK for 2 years 
PROPHECY Raking in the dough on 
the pro tennis tour while happily mar- 
ried to my gorgeous blonde husband 

kelli Blinn "Cli ", "Blinnbag " 6 Tho- 
reau Circle 927-6733 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS Dinner w/ TM, JP, DC, JB, 
MR Halloween '89, Steve Miller '90. 
Beautiful noise w/ Turbans. Christmas 
Tree at Singing. Legends w/ I.M. JM. 



AS. Prom '91 w/ TM Aquarium and 
Dinner w/ RW, KD, ES. Sandfight at 
Singing w/ JM, KD New Years at MC's 
& JC's Jim, Bob, Sue and the Underroo 
Crew w/ KH JM, Rm. Ground Round 
Field Trip, JT's Party, Friday's w/ JB, 
JA, KD, Boston Trips, JM's boat w/ 
MC, Hanging out w/ JB, KD, JP, Slee- 
povers at KD's, Depot for JB's B-Day, 
Talks w/ KD, LUAU, Mouse Trap sem- 
inar. Decorating KD's before B-ball, 
Where's Waldo? ACTIVITIES Soccer 
(9-12) capt, B-ball (9-12) capt. Track 
(9, 1 0) Key Club (9- 1 2), Peer Ed (9- 1 2), 
Friday Night Scavenger Hunts Volley- 
ball QUOTES "Uh . . Kay", "Umpfa", 
"Coonet den West", "On the line girls, 
suicides.", ". . . or we can just hang 
out?", "I'm not even kidding." 
LEAVES Amanda and Stephen good 
years at BHS 

Todd Bogbosion Boog, Bugsy, Boogey 2 
Wedgemere Rd. 927-2595 MEMORA- 
BLE EVENTS Medford, GOT's, 6 pks 
& dd-lw at Ss, NEC Champs '89, '90, 
top seep '90, doubles, 5:30 am practices. 
Heavy's wagon w/ JL, AS, GB, JW, 
RN Sas and Bones, BEE, RON ice at 
the quarries, DDing w/ TA and the 
gang, takin' Dido's cash, moped incident 
Simoes bash. Butter's bash, US vs Ire- 
land, Led Zepp, baiting out Rob on "D", 
UVM and the Purple People Eaters, 
Nick's, West, 3rd Hill Gamblin' at Rus- 
so's. Greenwood, Dido and salami 
sndwch, 'x' w/my cousins ACTIVITIES 
JV Soccer (9), V Soccer (10, 11, 12), 
West Bch Club, Boogey NN Club, Ra- 
kin' at Dands', Greenwood Assns. 
QUOTES "Hit me.", "Shut up before I 
start swinging." "Just 3 more 20's and a 
10 and that's IT!" "How's you do that 
Josh?" Stressin' me out! "i'll bet 
LEAVES All 23 of my NN's to be bur- 
ied under the BHs forever PROPHECY 
A powerful, corrupt, corporate lawyer 
livin' on Park Ave. pulling in a million 
five a year 

Debbie Bossio Bubba Debbies 319 Es- 
sex ST. 922-6392 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS UNH Soccer Camp w/ TH, 
DH, SM, SO, TS, CC and the piece pf 
pizza. "WENDY" music trip '91 Mon- 
treal, Hell hotel w. TH, IE and ultra- 
cow, winning NEC (soccer) 88, 89, 90, 
Many long days and nights w. SM com- 
plaining about TH .SMI miss you Soph- 
omore semi formal w/ TH, MV, KO and 
of course SM. CM, you're the one that I 
want oooh, ooh, ooh! Music trip 89 w/ 
Th and BB shoving fife in a tuba case. 
Going out for Chinese food W/ TH and 
SM. DH, Never forger Bubba and 
Hubba McBubba ACTIVITIES V Soc- 
cer 9-12, Band 9-12, Jazz Band 10-12 
Winter Track 10, Radio Show 9, 10 



QUOTES "Shut your face man . . . .!" 
Cool, Is that "Wendee" with and "i" or 
"y" LEAVES Sockman for another 2 
years. I'll miss you PROPHECY Still 
trying to figure out what I'll be doing in 
ten years 

Bill Bresaahaa Bubbles, Big Chet 44 
Taft Ave. 921-2612 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS Summer of '91 Working and 
Partying w. the rec. Good times w/ LG, 
Doc MJ BS, KC, JC, DJ, IE Peabody 
Carnival '90 w/ JU, LM, MD, DD, CS, 
MC, Trips to Hampton w/ KC, JC, BS, 
LE Camping trip that never was Parties 
at JD's house w/ DR and everyone Par- 
ties and good times w/ KC and her 
heartstopping little lie Paties at my 
house w/ JG & KL Gc Party that never 
was. Day trips to Bean town w JB Great 
tunes w/ SL I love you. Third Hill w/ 
the group you know who you are AC- 
TIVITIES Peer Ed 9-12, Baseball 9, 
Track 10 QUOTES Nice, BETHANY, 
What am I some kinda A E, Eddie, I 
care about you more today than yester- 
day, but less than tomorrow. OCCIFER 
LEAVES TH DJ, BS & KC, TH w/ one 
last year, live it up Guys and alot of good 
memories of 4 years in and out of BHS 
PROPHECY To be well off w/ an air 
born mercedes convertible married to 
the girl of my dreams w/ 2 kids & well 
into my own business and still have all 
my friends close by 

Alyssa Brewer 24 Bass River Rd. 927- 
2552 MEMORABLE EVENTS Olive- 
juice, Is that a rock up ahead? If it is 
we'll be dead! w/SG Being Pixied, New 
Years 90-91, nice car Ruth! Hanging 
out at the Fire Station, after 8 at the golf 
course w/ JO $ FANG, Laughing all the 
way, HA, HA, HA, Zips house w/ RR, 
SB, JO, RG, FANG, LN, JB, pushing 
RR out a window. July 4, 1991 w/ TA, 
AD Anyday w/ NM ACTIVITIES 
Football Cheerleader (9, 10), Cross 
Country (12) Winter Track (12), Spring 
Track (10, 11), Amnesty International 
Key Club Yearbook QUOTES "rm 
pretty!", "I'll show you something big!" 
"Was that a present LEAVES 2 MORE 
YEARS AND GOOD MEMORIES 
TO CK. Memories of Michelle P. and 
Fuddruckers to Bob L. 

Kimberly Brundage Kim, Kimmy, little 
one 21 Palmer Rd. 927-3716 MEMO- 
RABLE EVENTS Good Harbor w/ 
SC, Hiding in the back seal of the car. 
Cheering camp (90-91), Winning Com- 
petition, Summer of '90 Going to Boston 
w/ CC ACTIVITIES Varsity Soccer 
Cheering (9-10), capt (10), Varsity 
Hockey Cheering 911), Varsity Football 
Cheering (12) Spring Track (9-12), 
Winter Track (10, 12), Key Club (12- 



12) National Honor Society (11-12), 
Homeroom President QUOTES "Nut 
'n honey!", "There go the m & M's!" "I 
said no!" "What?!" LEAVES My sister, 
Marci with 3 more years in this place 
PROPHECY Becoming a doctor and 
getting married 

Jennifer Burgess Burger, Jesselee, L. 
Min Bone, Raz Mataz, Wonton Soup, 
Picadilly Pub 42 Winlhrop Ave. TEL 
927-1203 MEMORABLE EVENTS 
LLL, tramp w/ RM, AS. JM, Decorat- 
ing the town w/ JM, AS, RM, Ding 
Dong . . . Cops?!, EE's petite suare, AS 
party week. Rm's week in paradise. 
Camp '91, Prom '90 w/ MR, etc, Naswa 
w/ MR May 26th, Best of times w/ MR 
& many more to come, Floyd's hot lips. 
Undercover Antone w/ LT, JP, EW, 
JT, JA's long party, JM's patty -oh so 
close! TNBC w/ KD, Chinese festivals 
w/ KD, JP, N. Diamond concerts w/ 
KB, KD, JP, KD's party- JC TEQUI- 
LA^ Singing Beach w/ KD, KB, JP-x- 
mas AS & JP-look a dear! n. Yrs at 
Tony's. Summer Camp at KD's, 4th of 
July '90-'91, Beautiful noise w/ Tur- 
bans, Riverside w/ EE. AM, MR, Rocks 
at HC w/ MR, ED's x-mas Party, Good 
times before b-ball my birthdays w/ 
MR, KD's w/ ED rolling down the hill, 
Big Boys!! Visiting Westfield w/ 

LT ACTIVITIES Softball (9-12), Bas- 
ketball (10), Football Cheerleading (9- 
12) Powder Puff (12), Key Club (9-12), 
Peer Ed (9-12), Homeroom Vice Presi- 
dent (9-11), A-House Pres (12), Intra- 
mural volleyball QUOTES WHATEV- 
ER!!, LT-look how happy we are! Get 
your fat *@! out here!! Where's Becka? 
Fix your Fench, Oh-my-God!, Umpfa!, 
oh-OK! LEAVES With many great 
memories! Good luck JR & SR! 
PROPHECY How am I suppossed to 
know? 

Joel Busi Buse 10 Mark Rd. 927-5868 
MEMORABLE EVENTS Chillin' in 
the Green Machine with SR. Getting cut 
from the basketball team . . . twice!! 
Jammin' with RK, Semiformal with ev- 
eryone, TopsField with MT, Burlington 
with SR, CO, MB watching MB ruin 
SR's life. Givin' advice to jZ and won- 
dering how I scewed up ACTIVITIES 
Work. Work, Work!!!, C. and C. Klub, 
Automotive Record Club, Lifting 
Weights, Being Alive QUOTES "Be 
Quiet Jen, HI is Ron there? Huh? Calm 
down. You guys are all just tooo cool for 
me. Be a man!!! Why? Hang in there, 
AM, I'm with ya!! That's so bad!! 
LEAVES jf, am, jd, ad With 2 more 
years . . . Thanks guys, SR to make an 
album PROPHECY To be sitting on my 
"Stairway to Heaven" with my "LA 
Woman" feeling Comfortably Numb' 



Robert J. Butman III (Rob) 10 Har- 
wood St. 922-5376 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: AC/DC with Shawn & Pete. 
S.T. and Queensryche with Roy. Party- 
ing with Tim H. and Kevin L., Disney 
movies with Julie O., Prom 91 with J.O., 
S.G., M.C., J. P., C.B. and Joey the 
Limo driver., Roy's floor. ACTIVI- 
TIES: Football, Lacrosse, Pulling Amy 
and Andrea into closets., Jamin with 
Roy and Shawn.. Kicking with Kevin H. 
QUOTES: Ya seen a bum with a case.. 
Cuz I'm the wee-zal! How much for the 
wimin. Roy, can I borrow something.. 
Baby! PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: 
Having a good paying job, a house in the 
burbs with my wife and 2.5 kids. NOT! 

Glenn Buttrick C'G") 5 Lyman St. 921- 
4536 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Thanksgiving '90, Lynch Park-sleepover 
with S.M. and the silver bullets. All 
R.E.'s with K.O. s talks with J.L. and 
M.S., Prom '91, April Vacation '91, par- 
ty week summer '91 and effects. Cape 
Cod with K.O., Dand D with S.M. 
"Who's it gonna be?". Wagon rides to 
Chelmsford with J.L., S.M., R.N., J.C., 
M.S., A.S., S.G., J.W., and even T.B., 
1988 poker games, cheesrake with J.Q. 
and C.B., A.S. house with J.P., R.M., 
E.E., and the guys. Singing Beach in 
Feb. with J.Q., CM., gymnastics meet. 
New Years '90 - '91, Birthday '91 - 
Thanks K.O. ACTIVITIES: J.V. Soccer 
(9), Varsity Soccer (10-12), captain. 
Varsity Winter Track (9-12), captain, 
Key Club (U, 12) QUOTES: "What's 
going on!", "You know dude", "definat- 
ly", "K, is that good!?", "lam lam lam 
Superman", "Der Leah" LEAVES: 
Brother Todd to get A.C. and be Cross 
Country Champ, K.O. to be the next 
Motzart. PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS: Sitting on a long, private, se- 
cluded beach with a tent, my surfboard 
and unlimited cases of M.G. 

Michael Calabro (Calabs) 40 Corning 
Street, 927-3610 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: S.S. party. Hanging with 
J.W., C.A., B.G., R.K., R.C. Accident 
with C.A. Chillin with L.C. New Years 
Eve 1991. Playing Hoops with the boys. 
Night all hell broke loose. ACTIVI- 
TIES: Basketball 4 years, track one 
year. Student Council QUOTES: "Dino 
bite em", "Boss, Boss, de plane, de 
plane. LEAVES: My younger sister to 
suffer through another 2 years. 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: I will 
be writing novels, and living in Colorado 
on a farm, with my wife and two kids. 

Michelle Cbamness (Shelly, Chel) 101 
Rantoul St. 927-8131 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Sitting in lunch with C.B., 
K.S., C.A., & S O., Picking on C.B. & 



S.O. about height. QUOTES: "Where's 
Shorty?" "Who don't I like?" "Now 
how many guys does she like?" 
LEAVES: All my classes for someone 
else and all the Freshman and Juniors to 
suffer. 

Tresa Capozzi ("T") 58 Cogswell Ave. 
927-9304 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Boston with A.F. Hampton Beach with 
Kevin, Paul, Mark, Rick, Tim, Mark, 
Russ, Kevin, and Mike. Old Orchard 
Beach, Enduro racing with Chad, 
Camping, tubing with Matt F. Getting 
lost with Abby B. Topsfield Fair with 
Abby B. zipper! ACTIVITIES: Band, 
Health Technology, shopping, socializ- 
ing, working, partying. QUOTES: "Do 
what for how much" "WHAT?" "Hom- 
ey don't play that" "Homey plays with 
that." "Huhh!?!" LEAVES: Mr. Good 
with a few less hairs. PROPHECY IN 
TEN YEARS: To be successfully living 
with Sheri in our Condo partying up, 
working, playing hills and still searching 
for Mr. Right. 

Jason Carlow (Forbes) 101 Corning 
Street 922-0073 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Freshman year mudruns, 
B.F., R.G., D.C. Weekend at UMass 
with M.S., G.D., N.C. Signing with 
B.F., P.S., M.S. Seeing Crean at B.F. 
party. Bike tour B.F., CD. Oktoberfest 
1990. Rec Party's with everyone. Boy's 
State with J. A. Antrim, N.H. with M.S., 
B.F., S.G.; Autumn weekends with S.G., 
B.F., A T.; Senior year; S.G. ACTIVI- 
TIES: Indoor Track 9-12, Spring Track 
9-12, X-Country 11, Key Club 11-12, 
Transcendental Club 1 1, NHS, German 
Exchange, Class President 9, 11, 12., 
Field Hockey (NOT), Riding the porce- 
lain trolley to Newton. QUOTES: "My 
feet are on fire"; "No-never"; "Ya, 
Set"; "C-Bomb"; "K-pa"; "You bring 
the bacon, I've got the eggs"; "What are 
you wearing?"; "Good"; "Pididdle"; 
"Crean!"; "Swing Gently" LEAVES: 
Little Pete, who is still making the tran- 
sition from guns to girls. Should have 
stuck to the guns kid! PROPHECY IN 
TEN YEARS: Married; at least one 
kid; working hard, getting ready for the 
next class of '92 reunion. 

Darid Castellucci (Lucci) 7 Wedgemere 
Rd. 927-1726 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Winning the 600 in the Con- 
ference my Junior year and filling the 
winter track banner. ACTIVITIES: 
Cross-Country, Winter Track, Spring 
Track, Football QUOTES: "Lucci" 
"There is always one" LEAVES: Win- 
ning Cross-Country and track programs 
and a legacy that will last forever. 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: 1 wish 
to be married and come back to a re- 
union and talk about old times. 



Debra Castellucci (Debbie) 7 Wedge- 
mere Rd. 927-4349 ACTIVITIES: 
Cheerleading, Chorus, Basketball, De- 
bate Team, McDonalds QUOTES: 
"You can't leave behind what you never 
had" LEAVES: I leave BHS with this: 
Look beyond the cover. PROPHECY 
IN TEN YEARS: I will be a business 
woman married to an older man also in 
the business field. We will have two kids. 

Kristin Carr (Kris, Booboo) 34 Lake- 
shore Avenue 922-8204 MEMORA- 
BLE EVENTS: France '90 with SW, 
HD. EC RODGER!; Prom '90 with SW, 
HD, SS, AK, AG; Prom '91 with SW, 
MM, DL, GL, EC, JT, MP, AB, and 
"HER"; Sinead. Living Colour. Lolla- 
palooza with SW. ET. AL; Ledger and 
pool with JD; all the best times with SW 
3/16/90 (semi-normal) 9/23/90 Ruff 
Ruff Ruff-more to come; Close-Up with 
AK-Kentucky women! Nice shoes, 
Mondo piece, donut roll with TS; Aus- 
tria '89 with THE GUYS!!!; Tennis . . . 
NOT! SNL and childhood with GL; Sa- 
vor, eating down the street with SG; 
Special K with BANANA with MM. 
GL; Surviving junior year with Mike 
and Fred; Arachniphobia with JB; Life 
101 with SW and Company. ACTIVI- 
TIES: J.V. Soccer (9-10), Varsity Ten- 
nis (11-12), Ledger (10-12), Close-Up 

(10) , French Exchange (10), Science 
Club (10), Key Club (10-12), Amnesty 
International (10-12), NHS (11-12), 
Anti-male Bonding Club (11), Paintball 
Wannabe (11-12), Intramural volleyball 

(11) QUOTES: "A little luck never hurt 
anyone!" "Strings work too!" "Oh Mon 
Diev" "I have no clue" "Things can only 
get better cause they can't get any 
worse!" "So, who died and made her 
king?" "Je crois que non!" "Jet'aime 
Scotto!" LEAVES: Finally knowing who 
I am, where I am, and what I am doing, 
and all the luck in the world to KN 
(hang in there!) and my brother DC who 
won't need it! Love you! PROPHECY 
IN TEN YEARS: To be enjoying life 
and skiing on weekends after finally hav- 
ing learned to think positively 

Michelle Casey (Bells, Lota . . .) 1 1 
Noble Hill Rd. 927-3930 MEMORA- 
BLE EVENTS: Adventures 4-BB's. 
Konch, Bonah hill. West; Cousin at PK 
3rd; TG jamboree; China River; Spring 
Fling with CF; Boston; Salem Boys; 
N.H.; trip; Jog with pig; Hack'n at 
Nicks; stage = Hippy talk DH and 
Jeff??; Tuck's eating; Thanx BG the 
Blue Planet; Girls night; Steve Miller 
7/25/91; "Brain Cloud"; Grovers Pla- 
teau DITH week '91; KC parties; Bingo 
nights; Bonvoyage; Camping Damn 
Flies!; Halloween; Parties RM Bad Man 
Hunt; Palms; Adv. in IT; Leah's Flics; 



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Nike site hike; Chicki with JK; Doctyl; 
Jesus, ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 9- 
12, Basketball 9-12. Spring Track 10, 
Intramural Volleyball Champs, Alka- 
seltzer. Film Productions 1-3 .. . Lisping 
Clubs. QUOTES: "What can ya do?" "I 
need a bad man" LEAVES: My laugh 
echoing through the halls, PROPHECY 
IN TEN YEARS: Reunion with F's, 
still looking for MS and DM. 

Michael Collins (Mike) 37 Dartmouth 
St. 922-9435 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: I went to a prom when I was 
a freshman and when I was a junior. 
ACTIVITIES: I like to Swim and Bowl, 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: Proba- 
bly working at Stop & Shop, 

Cbantala Cbaotarasiri (Corrie, Snooky, 
Coors, Toom) 28 Hale St. MEMORA- 
BLE EVENTS: Summers on Martha's 
Vineyard with Jainen, his family and the 
sayre's, Lifeguarding with A.B. at Oak 
Bluffs. Nights out on M.Y. with J.T. and 
M.W. All of my many and wonderful 
travels. Hiking and mountain climbing 
in N.H. & Thailand. Quebec with family 
and friends. Why don't they understand 
my French? Speeding on the Illinois 
State Highway with V.C. and M.P. to 
Brian's house. We made it! Curcit Ave. 
at night with M.W. and K.F, What 
guys? Midnight Trivial Pursuit with 
K,F, Roll again!!! Late night talks with 
J.T. and his parents. Hockey games with 
K.F,, J, P. and V.C. Super Bowl at Fox- 
boro with K.F., dad, and the rest of the 
gang. All of the myriad and great times 
in Boston with P.C. ACTIVITIES: Soc- 
cer (9, 10), Field Hockey (11, 12), 
Spring Track (9), Key Club (10-12), 
Amnesty International (10-12), Unity 
Coalition (9, 10), Aegis (12), Yearbook 
(10 & 12), Science Club (12), National 
Honor Society (11, 12) QUOTES: 
"Scared of . . .!" "Nice Bod!" "Why 
me?!" "Not bad but just a few more 
years." "Geez, Jainen" "Take me for a 
FUNKY RIDE!" LEAVES: My little 
sister to suffer for 2 more years. My 
parents. Thanks for all of your love and 
support! All bad times. PROPHECY 
IN TEN YEARS: A married, rich, and 
successful diplomat with a great family 
and home. 

Michelle Christie (Shelly, Chris) 18 
Gardner St, 922-1375 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Late night talks w/RLC; ice 
cubes BB's w/Adam; Quads w/Matt; 
LSP w/Robyn, Gary & Adam; Wash- 
ington Ave w/Ang & Pam; 7-23-1-8-30 
w/ACS; Wind, haze, lightning w/ACS; 
Gloucester w/Mom; Rez w/Dad; All- 
nighters w/Adam; Psyc w/SR; Chase 
w/TP CBO w/ACS Bio w/AR & BB; 
Geo w/AD & chief; NY w/PB, "Doug 



and Ann" w/SG; Games w/Jen, Tiff, 
Tracy; Hampton w/JG, JC, NC & Dad. 
I love you ACS!!! Your the best!!! AC- 
TIVITIES: Band, Chorus, Peer Ed,, 
Yearbook, Hockey Cheerleading, Stage 
Right, Make up Crew, Drumline, Alla- 
gash, and Adam, Fellowship. QUOTES: 
"We sound like oatmeal" "DB, MF, 
MV, SG" "This is Great!!!" "Jen & Ro- 
byn" "My pectorals ar bigger" "Adam 
& Gary" "Groovy" "cool beans" "Pad- 
didle" "HA! HA! " LEAVES: Helmet 
classes with Cheryl; Cheering with An- 
drea. PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: 
Somewhere on the Appalachian Trail. 
Occupaional Therapist and happily mar- 
ried. 

Phaa H. Chung (Fawny, Chunger) 6 
Hillcrest Ave. 922-4303 MEMORA- 
BLE EVENTS: The oh so-many times 
of cniisn' to Boston, Amherst, ETC . . . 
with C.C.! (Don't ever change!) The out- 
rageous midnight escapades on Castle 
Island with V.T.!!! Partying in Connecti- 
cut, Cape Cod and Canada w/TP, TT, 
HP and the basketball team, ACTIVI- 
TIES: Volleyball, Key club. Amnesty 
International, Science Club, Peer Ed., 
Aegis, Yearbook, National Honor Soci- 
ety, Unity Coalition, Powder Puff. 
QUOTES: "Just Chill , . . OK!" "What 
the . , ,!" "Hey dweeb!" LEAVES: I 
leave my little brother Mihn with his 
"wonder years!" PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS: I'll have acquired the three 
M's in life: Marriage, "Mega" bucks 
and the Miscellaneous!!! (HMMM?!?!) 

Joseph Ciampa (Champ, Nature Boy, 
Shorty) 37 Woodbury St. 927-4517 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: The Big 
Ten in Salem, Revere Beach, Red 
House. Corey's House. Chuck's, in the 
fields, skiing in Colo., Montana, NH & 
Maine, REM '90 w/Dan & Erik, LoUa- 
palooza '91 w/the group. Fantasies 
w/AR. MR. Holy Cross-Camburdge 
Hall. "The Chickenhawks '9I"-ST An- 
selms. Tufts Weekend-'91. ACTIVI- 
TIES: Wrestling, Football, Lacrosse, 
Track, Rugby. Cross Training, Hiking, 
Water Polo, Amnesty International, 
Unity Coalition, White Water Rafting. 
QUOTES: If a man advances confident- 
ly in the direction of his dreams, he will 
find a success unthought of in common 
hours.-HDT LEAVES: MC, BG. CD, 
Shorties, Shu-Shu, BJB, AR, M & M, 
LC, HN, DMF, Fantasy Man, DP. 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: Finish- 
ing my internship at Mass General and 
eventually opening my own Medical 
Practice on Commonwealth Ave, Bos- 
ton. 

Mike Ciaramilaro (Ci&ma) IS9 Bridge 
St. 922-4475 MEMORABLE 



EVENTS: Going Skiing with KS. TC 
and DH. Party at SG with KS, FA, CO . 
. . Going golfing with FC, KS, DH, FA, 
SF, RS, CA. Party at JM's. Driving 
around with DH and CS. Driving with 
AL, AM, and KG in the truck. ACTIV- 
ITIES: Golf, (9), Varsity Golf (10-12), 
Captain (12) LEAVES: I leave Mr. Bor- 
setti all the money in the world. 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: I will 
either be a proffesional golfer, a well off 
business man, or I will marry a rich girl 
and never work again! 

Gino Cirone (Gene) 32 Nelson Ave. 
927-2540 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Good night's with JM, SS, TF, FA, JD. 
SD. KC, MM, KP; BS!!! at work with 
JM. I looked life a smurf. Sunday 
night's at SS; the JEEP, the BOAT; Big 
BS at Assumpion with CC, AC; BK 
runs; night's out with MM. UMass trips 
with TF, JM; Good times w/CC. AC- 
TIVITIES: The Bowling Team, Foot- 
ball. Riding Around on my Ninja with 
CC QUOTES: "If there's grass in the 
field, PLAY BALL!!!" "God Loves 
You" "Word Up MOM!!!" LEAVES: 
To my sister how to be her when I am 
gone. Hope you have as much fun as I 
did. PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: 
Hope to still be living. 

Brian P. Clark (Clark) 20 Wilson St. 
922-5519 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Under the Light's at Salem State play- 
ing Medford with the 6 over times and 2- 
1 victory. Playing Hacky-sack with the 
Carpentry A gang and Mr. S., 8:00 
Monday morning Doubles, a couple of 
4/40's here & there. ACTIVITIES: 
Soccer (9-12), National Honor Society 
(11,12), Carpentry (9- 1 2) QUOTES: "I 
enjoy my job" "Never Complain about 
your work" "T (Boog) the Hawkmas- 
ter." LEAVES: Good luck to the Class 
of '92 and Best Wishes to my teachers 
and councelor's at BHS. PROPHECY 
IN TEN YEARS: Either making a ca- 
reer out of the NAVY or following Car- 
pentry or Electrician. 

Jamie Coletti 3 Pearl St. 927-2311 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Boat Dance 
"Private Stock" w/MH, AG, ES, MC, 
JA, MM, MD, CF, FA, SC; Greenwood 
w/MC, JA; Party at my house New 
Year's eve; Fights w/everyone; Thanks- 
giving Day and night w/MH, MC, ES, 
AG, Hoggie & the boys; T or D w/JA, 
MC, & JuP; Winning NEC Baseball; 
Seushi w/DA; Good times w/JP. AC- 
TIVITIES: Basketball (9); Football (9- 
12), Captain (12); Baseball (9-12), Cap- 
tain (12); Intramural Hockey Champs, 
QUOTES: "Harry" "Eddie" "Heck's 
Lying" "Ya Shoot " LEAVES: PG, JH, 
CG, TM to take over! Good Luck DB. 



NB, SR, JR & Friends Keep in Touch! 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: To be 
successful at whatever I do. 

Robyn Conley {Kobhy) 18 Gardner St. 
922-1375 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
November 20. 1989, Spending F-day 
nights with GC making velveeta and 
watching movies. LSP, sleeping in the 
tent with GC. Sleep overs with MC. 
Roof KR. Cutting KR hair so she would 
slop complaingin. RS with JP. The 
beach with GC. AS you mean the world 
to me. GC and AS fiexing their muscles 
and dreaming on. Skiing at Sunday Riv- 
er w/GC, AS, and BC, I love Gary Cole, 
1 1 -20-89 until forever, BF. SZ and RC. 
ACTIVITIES: Chorus (9-12). Stage 
Right (9-12), Radio Show (10), Panth- 
arettes (11), Varsity Cheerleading, 
Yearbook, Powderpuff, skiing. 
QUOTES: "Chillout" "Oh My God" 
"Are you coming" "Blue-kee" "Ow" 
"Tally Hoe XX let's go" LEAVES: AF 
with her senior year, the Music Depart- 
ment, Miss Lam to fail others, BHS and 
never to return PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS: To be successful and happy 
somewhere with Gary Cole. 

Doug rooni(/(Dougie) MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Shop with DK, AM. SA, 
MA, DS. WG, SJ class with GC, DT. 
CS, JC, No Name. Summer of 90 with 
KS, TL, AD. Summer of 91 in FL with 
KS. FL 90 with EG. Franks. California 

90 with EG & Franks, All the Party's, 
My Ded Ranger, My Haunted House, 
11th and 12th grade with KS. All my 
winters in Florida, DeMoubs with GC, 

91 4th of July with KS, CS, DZ, GW, 
LW, DD, SW, AM, and No Name. AC- 
TIVITIES: Machine Shop, Racing, 
weight lifting LEAVES: KS for another 
year. PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: 
Professional motocross Racer, owning 
tons of Real estate. To be successful to 
think. 

Kristen Constantelo (Kris) 1 1 Whitney 
Ave. 927-8328 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: 5/20/91 w/TF!! Falling on 
my face at "The Rink" w/ SC. CB, & 
KS! I'm still laughing!! 11/9/90 w/CB, 
DF, & BW!!! Going for a "ride" in 
Nick's car in Lynnfield-Thanks BABE!!! 
Maine w/ MB, JC, & GB-I'm never do- 
ing that again-yeah right! Summers of 
90-91 w/ AA, SC, MB. JS. EG, TF, CD, 
CB & DF!! ZOU Concert w/TF, JS RE, 
RH, MC. PM and the fried dough guy. 
Don't get lost in Boston during a storm!!! 
We're all going to Boston!! All the good 
times w/ Todd. I love you. ACTIVI- 
TIES: Out to lunch w/EG. TF, GM, 
CD, MB, JS. RV, GM! Partying w/ NS, 
CD, & TB! The rink w/ MB, BP, CD, 
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guys!! Let's Party-w/out all those dumb 
jocks and murfs this school is full of!! 
Jenine &. Michelle in photography! 
QUOTES: "Whas'up" "Peace" "Cool" 
"What are we doing tonight?" "Are we 
gonna party?" "Are you on crack?" 
"Yeah, okay" "what did I do last night? 
I can't deal with this!" "What do ya 
want from me?!" "I'm sorry" "I love 
everybody" "He was looking at YOU!!!" 
LEAVES: Todd, Jen, Ricky, Greg, 
Gary, & Jenine. Have fun guys! Alana 
for 6 more years! I love you guys! Thanx 
Mom and George, I love you too, I'll try 
to prove it!! PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS: Still having tons of fun and 
partying then harder than I am now 
w/all my friends. 

Mandy Cormier 105 Corning Street 
927-0540 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
JB'S funnel team w/ JB, KD; MC'S w/ 
EW Calling Mom at 1:00 AM; Golf 
course stampedes; T or D w/ JP, JA, 
JC; ED's semi-formal bash; The Butth- 
ead Gang; Aerosmith w/ JP. RG, SC, 
AT, TB; Steve Miller w/ JP, RG; Plan 
A in effect w/ JP, SC; Chinese Fire 
Drills; Laundry load w/ JP; JP's life at a 
glance; JM and Purple Passion Thanks- 
giving '90; JM doing 90 on 128 w/ the 
girls; Sunday River trips w/ ED; S A T. 
night '91; EP's I /2 day party; late nights 
at Nick's (not always good ones!); Piano 
Man at J.M.'s 4th of Julys at West 
Beach (no longer); ED's JT; Fighting w/ 
JM EE; EL'S w/JT; 2/14/91 MC & JT; 
SO's w/ RM, JM. JM, ED water guns 
and masks; Senior Prom '91; SC shut- 
ting my finger in car door; Pizza Hut w/ 
JT, RM, SC; Many terrific time w/ JT, 
RM, SC; Homecoming '91 at TR's; 
Many memories w/ JT and definately 
many more! ACTIVITIES: Field Hock- 
ey (9); JV Basketball Cheeerleading 
(9,10), Captain (10); Key Club (10); 
Peer Ed (10- 1 2); Varsity Softball (9-12), 
CapUin (12); Student Council; NHS; 
Friday Night Scavengers; Powder Puff 
"91. QUOTES: "Here comes Jane!"; 
"No I'm not going to bed until you do!"; 
"I thought you lived . . ."; "Don't tell me 
it's like 9 O'clock!"; "Hey Al?" 
LEAVES: With many treasured memo- 
ries with all my friends (keep in touch 
guys!); to fulfill all my dreams; and 
Kristy to enjoy her years at BHS to do 
as much as she possibly can without wor- 
rying Mom to death. PROPHECY IN 
TEN YEARS: To be filthy rich (of 
course!) with a few children playing in 
the yard and warm, loving husband. 

Brttt Cotoia NICKNAME: Smitey 10 
Cole Street 927-2918 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: West Beach with AW. JW. 
BW. LB; Dancers adventure with DW; 
West Beach with EM; Ice Skating with 



AW; Brackenberry Beach with Angy; 
Burritos with IE, PM, JW. TS, TM; Ski 
trip with CH, GB, KH, AB. ACTIVI- 
TIES: Football (9-12); Spring Track (3 
years); Winter Track (2 years). 
QUOTES: "I'll do anything once"; 
"Rumble with me" LEAVES: I leave 
EM me laugh and Mad Maggie's; RM 
no rides to BHS. PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS: To work in a marketing firm of 
to be in the Navy. 

Michael Cotraro NICKNAME: Mike 
43 Taft Ave. 922-3775 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Boat dance with ES. AG, 
MD, CF; The Door with KT; KT. RW, 
ES, AG Bristol N.H.; "Down the River" 
with RW, ES, AG; The drive up and 
back to Bristol AG; Weirs Beach RW, 
DW, AG; Uke weekend Bristol with JP, 
KM, KH, AG; Homecoming with ES. 
AG; Nike Site with TG. ES, AG, MH; 
Donato's room with MD, HU, AG; Golf 
course Oct. 28 KM; JM's house with 
KM,; Beating Salem; Baseball NEC 
champs; Sharing many special times 
with KM, Thanks!. ACTIVITIES: Foot- 
ball (9-12); Baseball (9-12); Homeroom 
President (11); Penner Club, Private 
Stock Club, Boat Club, Chess Team, Al- 
pine Slide Team. Bristol River Boat 
Team. QUOTES: "Heckman, why are 
you lying?"; "Backhander!"; "What is 
you ignorant!"; "Ya Dude Shoot!"; "En- 
sconced!"; "Was that a car?" LEAVES: 
MY sister with two more years. Good 
Luck!; My books that could have been 
used more often. PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS: I'll be somewhere in Australia. 

Elizabeth Cottle NICKNAME: Lucy, 
Belinda 412 Essex Street 922-4589 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Falling into 
wall - LSP and S.S, the Wall; Boston 
DITH WK, TG, JAMB, H B. WITH 
N.B., KR W/ SS, 4 Bad Bells BNR, 
Girls' Night, Movie, KC'S-SD-BB, 
Camping X-Country '91, Salem boys, 
Grover St. (Plauteau), Bingo, Tons of 
great times w/ MC. before school with 
LK, LSP, Konch. Stage, TNABl w/ 
MC, SS. FAISIN. Great times w/ ST. 
SS. LJ, MC, DH, LK, DL. VI. AT. SS, 
Lifetime W/ LJ; Freddy's SB. Bugs. 
SBP spotting w/ Sue. SAT w/ LJ, AT, 
CJ, SSH (Leah); The Hocy home. Pizza 
Hut (Poison SB team); Sunny Aruba. 
E.L. w/ KC. BNG ME. UJ, The T.C 
drive w/ DH and LK mopeding w/ 
Tuck. ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey (9- 
12); Basketball (9-11), Softball (9-12); 
No Leah, Not Track (12); Intramural 
Volleyball - Alka Seltzer #1 (10-12); 
Lisping Club; Film Production. 
QUOTES: N-Kigh. Oh. I made it up? 
Reih-Riehr; If I leave here tomorrow, 
would you still remember me? (huh?); 
HHHHHLB DIJHDL . . . LEAVES: 



With Sus S., Hopefully by 7:35. Yes 
Gill, you can come. PROPHECY IN 
TEN YEARS: Not Grounded? To re- 
unite with the F's and have a BNR of a 
time! 

Rich Coata NICKNAME: Cooch 9 
Home Street 921-0983 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Prom 6/5/91 RW, MM. JD, 
JW; Ballin w/ the boys; Wild weekend 
in N.H. RW, CA, CS, LB, LM, DG; 
Camping RW, MM, JD; Good times 
with JW, MC, SR, CA; 2/6/91 RW; 
3/22/91 RW; Stu's party (basketball 
team cheerleaders) Vanilla Ice; Bubba's 
outburst in Roxbury; Concert w/ RW; 
Snowstorm date w/ RW; Meeting RW; 
To the boys MC, JW, CA, SR. ACTIV- 
ITIES: Varsity Basketball (10-12), Cap- 
tain (II, 12); NEC All Star - MVP Sa- 
lem Evening News All Star; JV 
Basketball (9). QUOTES: "Whatever"; 
"JW you're crazy"; "Burger lighten 
up"; "Jipeto" (SR); "Ride the Bozak!" 
LEAVES: My sister with good luck and 
lots of fun, not too much fun. Also MB 
and MW go get them ladies. PROPHE- 
CY IN TEN YEARS: A successful ca- 
reer with a high paying job, married 
(RW) but no kids, ever! 

Todd Craadall NICKNAME: Woody, 
Tato. Pecker, Mumbles 37 Charnock 
Street 927-8980 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: COLORADO w/ KS; Driv- 
ing Mr. LaFontaine; Stealing WS car all 
nite.; Steve Miller concert w/ DS, KB, 
RG, sorry TA. KB always pissing; Nerf 
baseball w/ KB; Went w/ GH to the 
best baseball game ever. Morgana & the 
brawl. ACTIVITIES: Golf; just to lazy 
to do anything else but watch Cowboy 
games and DI. QUOTES: "Where's the 
charcoal?"; "It's not a car"; "I am the 
wall, WS is the rock." LEAVES: Lefty, 
Lefty and Lefty; To DS, WS, KB with a 
lot more fattys. To GH, Sandberg live 
on. PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: 
Still driving the Lynx and living with 
Mom. 

Koreena Criswell NICKNAME: Ko- 
peena 80 Essex Street 927-7762 MEM- 
ORABLE EVENTS: Bill how's the lie 
doing Buddy!; The trip to the store w/ 
CF on the back of my bike, getting 
chased by a dog; those long talks w/ AF 
at her window; "Joe" w/ CK. MC. LC. 
and Sue still thinking she's there "Brain 
Cloud"; Girls' night; good times with 
BB. ACTIVITIES: Basketball (9. 10); 
Field Hockey (9); Powder Puff '91. 
QUOTES: You got nothing!!; How's the 
party at Sally's! I'm Flourfionkled w/ 
TW; I'm due for another one. LEAVES: 
The high school to deal with my brother, 
Bruce!!! Gook Luck, and my sister Kellie 
have a great senior year; SD go nuts. 



PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: I will 
be a cop and get back what they took 
from me. 

Bryaa Cuaningbam NICKNAME: 
Schwarzenegger, Muscles, Hercules, 
Arnold, Randall. Bry 112 Colon Street 
927-1869 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Fun times in Flander's CP. English 
Class w/ MH, MM, JC, TB; Mrs. Sogh- 
igian's Chem Class w/ KT, MM, AM, 
SG; Quick someone hide the lightbulb 
from the overhead! at Silverlake; when 
RN gets crowned with soccer ball; win- 
ning NEC Title '90; soccer dobles; 
weightlifting competition at World Gyn; 
Soccer camp at UVM w/ soccer team; 
dirtbike days w/ BC. AC. BB, '88. AC- 
TIVITIES: Soccer 9-12; Weightlifting; 
Animal activists Club (10); Photogra- 
phy (12). QUOTES: Hey. what's up. 
yep. Just call me carpet. What's going 
on, dude!. What!, come on Ref! 
LEAVES: With great memories of 
BHS. PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: 
Successful, married, having a good job, 
and benching 500 lbs. 

Denise Curran NICKNAME: Bubba, 
Delise 32 Haskell Street 922-5159 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Summer of 
'88 w/ KG, SF, SD & GB; Stairway to 
Heaven, the Doctor, Date w/ a Bum; 
7/4/90 w/ KG. SAMS; Driving with 
KC & BW; Batman; the Caddue; Bruins 
Game w/ KG & DN; Salisbury Beach. 
Blueberry Pie w/ KG. SF. SD; Man- 
chester Carnival; 1/6/91 stress. Chem 
w/ HS. SL; Homecoming '91; CM at 
JA's w/ KG; Summer '91; Hurrican 
Bob w/ BW. MT. JT, MF. KC, Obear 
Park w/ JH, CB, BW, JT. MF. BF. 
ACTIVITIES: Color Guard (9-12); 
Color Guard Major (12); Band (9-12) 
QUOTES: "SWAG" I have nothing to 
wear. "Not" "Ginn Runney" "Shluben" 
"Smitty" "I O Ded on Sudafed" "I need 
a tissue" "I fell in a ditch" "Yellow Rose 
of TX" "Roar" "Toyota" "She matches 
the couch" "I broke the dishwasher." 
LEAVES: Jamacian Joe lives forever! 
Good luck to KG. BW. CB. Raise hell. 
I'll miss you. PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS: Living in Hawaii with KG. 
The pipeline and the men. 

Michelle Cashing NICKNAME: Shel- 
ley. Shell-Belle 101 Baker Ave. 922- 
4250 MEMORABLE EVENTS; The 
Worid, New Year's '89 at As's, April 
vacation '90 w/ JP, Plan A in effect w/ 
MC & JP, Big night at RG's. Aerosmith 
'90 w/ JP. MC. RG. TB & AT. Mickey 
Worid with RG & TB. Feeding the geese 
w/ DB. Football Slumbers '90. Prom '91 
w/ DB, SH. KB. DA. CL. 1 1 months w/ 
DB. Gatherings at MC's, Mile sprint w/ 
J P. Brackenberry "Death talks" w/ 



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EW, KH. KM & JP, Sweet 16 Surprise 
Parties, Competition '90, Making spa- 
ghetti with EE, Tempations w/ JP & 
KM, Crusin' in the Rabbit, Monkey TV 
w/ AT, Robbing the cradle w/ KM, 
"Ain't nothing changed" in the Maxima, 
Lynch Park. DAne Street & Christmas 
Parties! Commando w/ KM, Eskimo 
kisses w/ MT, Mr. BHS w/ KM. EW. 
ACTIVITIES. JV Basketball Cheering 
(Capt), Varsity Football Cheering 
(Capt.), Peer Ed, NHS, Hr. Treasurer 
(9-11), Class Secretary (9, 10), LLL. 
Yearbook (12). QUOTES: "Hey Jules, 
you win some, you win some!"; I don;t 
know, no!"; "You're joking"; "I love this 
song!"; "I need Nick's"; "Wait, what 
were you like?"; "Guess no one listens to 
me"; "Oh my God"; "This is the time to 
remember, cause it will not last forever"; 
"Merry Christmas"; "Kate, your face is 
so RED!" LEAVES: With a dead head 
sticker on my Cadillac, wishing JR. 
MM, NM, KR, PF & LD to have a 
great senior year, have fun you guys! 
Hey BB and CG, only 2 years to go! 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: To be 
a 6'. short-haired body builder seeking 
revenge on all those whoever made 
blonde jokes about me. So what if they 
were all true! 

Kim Daadreo NICKNAME: Kimby 95 
Cross Lane 927-5043 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: My Surprise 15th Party; Chi- 
nese Festival; Woodberry; New Year's 
'89; ET's w/ JP - thanks Tim!; ET's w/ 
ES; my house - JC a little sick; Bball w/ 
SG; Lynch Park w/ EW, MC & ES; 
Bigfoot; The Support Group; Parties at 
MC's; Catastrophe in Dad's new BMW; 
Sandfights w/ JM & KB; V. Family; 
Neil Diamond Concert; Halloween '89; 
Bball practice; New Year's '90 - Swiss 
Miss; Fieldtrip; Semiformal; AG's on 
the 4th; Texas; JT's Party; Sunday Ad- 
ventures; Locker Decorations; Wayne's 
World - drive in movie 10/21/90; 
Thanksgiving w/ JP & Nance; Boston to 
see lights w/ KM, MC & ES; Ham- 
mond's class; Aquarium & dinner w/ 
RW, KB & ES. Weylu s etc. w/ KT. SF 
& ES; Yearbook Camp & so much that 
doesn't fit. Everything w/ ES from be- 
ing my "nice new friend" till now, and so 
much more to come!!!!! ACTIVITIES: 
HR Pres. (9-12); Key Club (10-12); 
Peer Ed (9-12); Amnesty International 
(10); NHS (11-12); Yearbook (12); JV 
Football Cheering (9-10); Varsity Foot- 
ball Cheering ( 1 1 - 1 2); J V Basketball (9- 
10); Softball (9); Powder Puff (12). 
QUOTES: "Ooompha, not Umpfa" 
:Darker" Littlest" "George" "One the 
line girls, suicide" "Alright but wail, I 
just gotta say one more thing" "Jill E, 
cutest little baby that I ever did see. 



that's me!" "JP - I'm calling the cops on 
you tonight" . . . Kevvv" "Cooney den 
West" LEAVES: Matt & Jeff to finish 
up at BHS - make the most of it while it 
lasts! PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: 
You'll see. 

Emily Datrsoa NICKNAME: Em, 
Sparky 235 Dodge Street 927-2980 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Fri. night 
scavenger hunts - "The dead heads"; 
bash at JM's (Piano Man); Jen M.'s, 
JP's, MW's, EE's, RM's AS's; frosh 
year at MC's & LM's; semi-formal & 
post hockey game bashes, cerrhing camp 
'90 & Champs: good times with Jess; 
Camping with EW, HU, MW & CS; 
Good times w/ EW, HU, CS and esp. 
MW; Steve Miller '90 & '91; Sunday 
River with all the firls, DW. etc.; Bad 
Co. in ME; Good times at KD's house; 
LLL nights (DDD); CS - "Hen, Hen, 
guess what?"; Good time in ME with 
KD; mishap with car; MM's friendship 
& all things to come! ACTIVITIES: 
Soccer cheering (9); JV Football Cheer- 
ing (10); Field Hockey (11-12); Varsity 
Hockey Cheering (11, 12 - Captain); 
Softball (9-12); Peer Ed (9, 10 & 12); 
Student Council (9, 10 & 12); Key Club 
(12). QUOTES: "Tss . . . whatever," 
"Excellent" "My eye is crying" I don't 
care." LEAVES: Rambling on with JP 
& EW as my Led Zepplin buddies & 
with great memories & great friends! 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: Mar- 
ried with children, living on the ocean in 
my big house with the forest green XJG 
& Lappy. 

Era Demers NICKNAME: VaVa 96 
Bridge Street 927-5658 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Screaming in the haunted 
house w/ ML, RR, MW; Sneaking out 
at 1 :00 AM in snow storm w/ AM & SP; 
Playing football w/ MW, SW & BW; 
Going to Salem Willows w/ ML; Hav- 
ing snow fight w/ MW; Partying at 
Plum Island w/ AM, JA & MW; Being 
in "Scotland Yard" w/ LB w/ a man 
following us; Scared to death w/ AM & 
LL; Being psychic w/ AM & SP. AC- 
TIVITIES: None QUOTES: "Oh my 
lord" inherited by ML; "Holy Moley"; 
"Oh well" LEAVES: My memories 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: Will 
be married to MW, a school teacher and 
a mother of two children. 

Harmony Demeule 71 Cabot Street 
921-1204 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Art class w/ MD, MV and NAV; Bugs 
in Maine w/ NS; Russian water tenti- 
cles w/ AD; Terminator w/ KM; Sonic 
Youth w/ MD; Morrissey w/ KM & 
GF; Wards is hell!; Walks to the beach, 
loupes & button w/ Ad; Fun times and 



adventures w/ MD & JB; Pas a' flash!!? 
- SS ACTIVITIES: French Exchange 
(10); Science Club (11); Disc Jockey 
BHS Radio Show (11) QUOTES: 
"Stretch out and wait" - The Smiths 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: To be 
a famous photographer in a foreign 
country. 

Charles Dickinson Chuck (D.) 567 
Cabot Street 927-5415 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Summer of '91; Crusin w/ 
Mustang at Revere Beach and Hamp- 
ton; 3-25-90 w/ Alex McCoy at Marri- 
ott in Wor.; End of Summer Bash 8-30- 
91 and back to school bash 9-7-91 and 
after math w/ 5. O's; 4th of July '91 at 
Lynch; Button incident at Salem w/ Joe 
C; Trip to Cancun 5/17 - 5/24 '91; 
Picking up 1 1 chicks in one night w/ JC; 
8-17-91 peeled off McCarthy in Apt. 
409; 8-26 1 day feb.; Iron Maiden w/ 
RR; skiing w/ JC & RR; RR & the 
"Snot Rag Incident" w/ Joe C. driving; 
hitting dingers w/ SD & KH & HU; 
Risk tournaments w/ SD & KH: 14 peo- 
ple in the Mustang A -t- 1 time; Donuts 
w/ Rob Bisceglia; 11-17-91 w/ KP?; 
Memorial Graduation Ceremonies; The 
many fine encounters with our City's 
finest law enforcement officers; Paint- 
ball w/ JC, KH & SD; I can't remember 
freshman or sophomore years so who 
cares?; Getting my license; Meeting KP, 
AM, VC, CA. JB, and old friends again. 
ACTIVITIES: Science Team (9-12); 
Mustang Club; Babe Ruth Baseball; 
Learning Pi; Risk Club; Skiing (water & 
snow); Dodging cops; BrownONosing; 
Study Club . . . Yeah, right; Picking up 
the dead (literally); HR Officer (a cou- 
ple of years I think); Volleyball w. KH, 
RH, RG and JL; Driving the 'Stang 
while Joe C. tries (but fails) to impress 
and pick up chicks. QUOTES: "Hey 
Joey . . . You wanna play ball"; "Hey. 
what time is it?"; "Need a lift?"; 
3.14159265358974 ... or pi"; "So"; 
"Who cares?" LEAVES: My 1973 Mus- 
tang Convertible in the memories of all 
those who were privileged enough to ride 
in it. JB & CA w/o a ride. PROPHECY 
IN TEN YEARS: Still in some school 
trying to earn a high enough degree 
which would pay me enough money to 
pay off all of my school loans, or in jail 
on embezzlement charges. 

Michael DiDonato DIDO 14 Cobblers 
Lane 922-5103 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Boat Dance w/ CF, MM, JC. 
JA. MC. AG. ES, SC. FA. MH; Febru- 
ary vacation at my hour; 151 nights at 
Kumu's; 1/2 in my room w/ CS. AD, 
TA; Quarries; Mail Box; When MM got 
arrested; 1st day senior year; Ying Yang; 
Good times at the Door, West Beach, 



3rd Hilln Golf Course; Dondola rides w/ 
SG, MW; Moped accident; hibachi at 
West CF, CS, JG, AF; Steve Miller. 
ACTIVITIES: Football (9-12) Varsity 
(11-12); Lacrosse (9-12) Varsity (10- 
12); Winning money from TB; Not do- 
ing homework; Winter sport: Skiing. 
QUOTES: That's Crazy; Yea Pal; I 
don't even care; My brain hurts: To be 
or not to be pass me the s; Woo 
thunder; I'm pigging it tonight. 
LEAVES: All my empties in my back- 
yard. PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: 
That I will pick them up. 

Tracy Dill Trace, hun 7 Lincoln Street 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Meeting at 
Sept. 31, 1988; We started going out 
Oct. 16, 1988, 9:01 PM; We told each 
other "I love you"; Our first kiss in Dan- 
vers cemetary; Remember ST. AS, GF, 
MB; The Beverly jacket AT gave me: 
December 1 7, 1 988 was a special day for 
Andy and I; Andy Taylor i love you; 
Andy running to all my classes; My an- 
niversaries w/ AT; Miss Pitman: I will 
never stop talking about AT; JA & MB; 
The movies: Freshman was my happiest 
year because I met Andy and we got 
along great. QUOTES: "Oh man I'm 
getting stressed"; "I love you hun" 
(about 20X a day); "Whatever"; "I love 
my hun"; "Andy, Andy, Andy" 
LEAVES: The hurt of all relationships; 
sharing a locker w/ AT and the history 
class we met in Sept. 13, 1988; 4 school 
years with Andy and 4 more for Marc, 
Luv ya Marc! PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS: Daycare Center, hopefully. 

Adam Doty 38 Grant Street 921-2654 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: "91" NEC 
Lax Title; My summer trips with CS, 
MD, TA almost NM; Beginning of sum- 
mer over N.M's house w/ TA. CS, MD, 
SF. JK. JC, JB; West Beach; Quarries; 
Hanging out with SR, JR. SO love ya; 
1 /2 in MD's room; Meeting Norma; 
The parties over the years; 1st day at 
BG's house. ACTIVITIES: Lacrosse (9- 
12) Varsity (11-12); Quarry Jumping 
Team; Third Hill Pounding Team 
QUOTES: "Walters crack baby" 
LEAVES: Without learning a thing; 
some friends (oh well) PROPHECY IN 
TEN YEARS: To be successful in what- 
ever I decide to take up and to have a 
rich, loyal women. 

Sick Dragonas 1 Atlantic Ave. MEM- 
ORABLE EVENTS: Driving w/ WC & 
KB; Sunbathing w/ KB. QUOTES: 
Helloooo? Is Todd there? He's playing 
tennis with Joe Wood, speak English 
LEAVES: All sorts of good things that 
no one should know about PROPHECY 
IN TEN YEARS: Job on Wall St . 



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Apartment on Manhattan, $50,000 a 
year 

Micbele Ducbarme MISSY, D, Doc, 
Mi-'C Geek 25 Bertram Street 921- 
097a memorable EVENTS: Walks 
with RC & AK; Mall & Maggies w/ SG, 
JP, AK, TD, JM (aka JB); Music geeks 
& partners in crime w/ CB, Wanna be 
band fag!; Lakeside Pines w/ RC, JC, 
AS, et al; Rubber cement w/ BF. SG, 
MF, JT; Crunchy marshmallows w/ 
BW; Stud monkeys w/ LB; Ain't Life 
Grand?; Hell hotel; Music trips; 1 1 on 
the bed?!?; JR Turdey basting?; "Mov- 
ies" at my house; DQ 74c; Running from 
JB; Poetry w/ Pete; Catwalk w/ MM; 
Set construction screw; 6th period free; 
summer roomies BW & CB; Purple 
Weekend!; Buttkiss; Brain-dead AC- 
TIVITIES: Chorus (9-12); CQ (11-12); 
Stage Right (10-12); Syph-club (11); 
Choral President (12); Carolsingers (10- 
12); DQ crew (11-12); After hours (10- 
12); Knickebocker party dance (11); 
Men-R-Pigs Club M-108 mornings. 
QUOTES: Yeeah Boyee!; Roar!; 
Where's my dad?; Hook me; Break, Set!; 
O.K. Hebrew boy; There was NO PAR- 
TY!!!; Fran, Bobbi-Jo and Peetah, I had 
the best weekend!; Mommy made us 
lunch; Listen friend. LEAVES: BHS 
music pride with everyone, CD to RD 
for 3 more years; RAL: thanks, love and 
sanity, Cliffnotes to BW, JR, CB; Jeffie 
in my dust! PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS: I'm married to a struggling 
young musician and work in a NY the- 
atre, Buttkiss fan club co-president w/ 
BW & CB (Buttheads). All my family 
finally out of school. More than 1 care to 
remember. 

Jay Dapont Jiyseph 7 Tremont St. 922- 
0038 MEMORABLE EVENTS: Led- 
ger w/AK. KC, KW, AT; Maggies 
w/KC, Condom shopping w/CS. 
Mooching rides off of AK. The Eternal 
UM w/SG. Screwing w/own mind 
w/CD, DG. Telling off MC, Finally! 
Miniature golf w/AW, JC, KC. The 
German Exchange 1991 - Not! Wor- 
shiping AB. Trying to keep CD from 
stealing my physics stars. Origami 
w/just about anyone I could get my 
hands on. Late breakfasts w/CD, IXJ. 
Late night movies w/CD, E)G. Lunches 
w/CM. Psych w/CD, DG. CM, MS. 
What the hell is Neith talking about? 
w/DG. Mooching rides off Dave. 
Mooching rides off Chris. Mooching 
rides off Caroline. Mooching rides off of 
just about anyone. Air Hockey at Mag- 
gies w/ CD. Watching the Rehn and 
Stimpy show w/DG ACTIVITIES: 
Ledger (3 years). Panther Prints (12), 
NHS (2 years). Lab assistant (occasion- 



ally). Library assistant (2 years). Sci- 
ence League (whenever I felt like it), 
Gapp (2 years). Avoiding MC, Star 
Trek w/Caroline. Lurking and plotting. 
Making fun of BK. Kissing up to Mrs. 
N, for a decent grade. Breaking various 
computers about the school. QUOTES: 
"Wow!", "Cool as a Moose!", "This 
doesn't make me awesome, but it cer- 
tainly puts me on a list.", "Ummmm!", 
"I love to whine.", "The Honorable 
Scott Grimes" LEAVES: My bubble 
gum collection on the underside of ta- 
bles and chairs everywhere. PROPHE- 
CY: I'll have a Pulitzer, a Porshe, a 
Penthouse, and my very own; Never 
used before Reporter's Notebook. 

Eagrid Elso Herp, Marybelle, Shots 19 
Porter Terrace 922-3065 MEMORA- 
BLE EVENTS: LLL nights; Friday 
night scavengers; Wk. parties at RM's; 
Wk. Party at AS's; Good times w/BJ at 
JM's bashes; Tgh. Monkey nights; 
Thanksgiving '90 w/JM, LM. AS, KH, 
RM: ED'S party- big fgt w/JM; LM's 
sweet 16 w/ ED, JM, KH, RM, JP, AS; 
Jul 4, '90 at AG's, CCC w/ EW, RM, 
JM, LM - Is that a man over there? 
Ding? Dong? . . . cops!!!: Woodberry - 
AC'S - GC - w/JM, LM, + ????; Party 
Astro; Detectives w/ JP -I- JM . . . 
court?; "Floyds"; SJP prom w/RM + 
JP: Trampoline: Ninjas!: Friday ngt. 
skating w/DL at SS; EE -H EW - Atti- 
tudes???; Skiing w/ED + JP at SR; 
Skiing w/KH at C; Fun times w/GB, 
MS, JL -(- SM - My parents are home!!; 
Good times w/ Al; All good times to 
come w/friends!! Lgthouse w/JP + JM 
. . . cops!-Duck down! ACTIVITIES: 
Softball (9-12), Basketball (10), Cheer- 
leading (9-12); Intermural Volleyball, 
LLL, Tough Monkees, Friday Night 
Scavengers. QUOTES: "My father said 
. . . No!", "Me, have an attitude?", 
"Let's start a fight!", "This B is for you 
mom!" 

Louann Erans Lou- Lou, Loony 27 Pond 
St. 927-1259 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Never forget Dec. 19, 1990 
w/CJ; Hurricane w/CV. MC, MH: Par- 
tying at sea; Kev.'s Parties; Tanzella's; 
Nike Site; Cruis'n in the convertable; 
Good times w/CV, BS, CJ, JR, RS, KC, 
BB, and the Fro Bros.; Partying down 
hood at JG's; BS's B-day party; MS par- 
ty; Hanging at Buffs w/BS, AM, CV, 
JR, BB; 4th of July w/CV, BS, DE; 
Scavenger Hunt - MH, MC; Late night 
w/CV; Rolling-car; TG's parties; Never 
forget EL; "90" - Smacking Jamie 
(Good luck) ACTIVITIES: Office 
Aide, Partying QUOTES: I'm so aggra- 
vated. Get a grip, Where's Eddie, I don't 
think so. What the *!?/.• LEAVES: BS. 



JR, JS, KC, JP, TH, SP for one more 
year, Bethany C-ya and wouldn't want 
to be ya. Thanks to Mrs. Dawson, Mrs. 
Rozzotti. Mr. Barry ... I wish all my 
friends best of luck . . . 

Scott Farier Flavor Fave 35 Apple Road 
922-7338 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
JD at DW's; SF, DW. FA, Stain w/4 c's 
at J and J's; Quarries; 4th of July at 
Hampton w/BG, BS. DS; Flower Gar- 
den w/Corey and Frank; Sally Mulligan 
w/Bri and Turtle; 1st day of school at 
Stain's; Bash at Doty's; PP at WCC; 
Stain and Turtle on my boat in ME; 
Rush concert; Steve Miller; 3rd; B. line 
at 45 West; Heavy contemplating 
w/Turtle and Stain; Kas's cellar; Lob- 
stering w/EK and BG; NB hairstylist; 
Dido and me in McD's; Rainy night at 
Dido's. ACTIVITIES: Golf. Taking 
Nature Hikes, Card Games, Quarters, 
BS with the boys. QUOTES: "I don't 
remember!", "I want a raisin.", "Trippy 
man", "I want my tomato", "Train 
honk, honk", "Stain, we're at your 
house!" LEAVES: My bro to carry on 
Favier tradition PROPHECY: Getting 
the mansion with Stain, Frank, Dan, and 
Bill in Maine. 

Sandra J. Feldmana Sandy. Wilma, Sal- 
ly, Sadie, Penuchle 35 Taft Avenue 922- 
3403 MEMORABLE EVENTS and 
QUOTES: July 4th '90 w/KD. RM, 
JM, EW, LM at AG's; "Hate Nights" 
w/ KD; Sunday Adventures; July? '90 
w/ KD, AL, KB, AG: !. What was that 
Kim ... a sidewalk? 2. The wilderness at 
Cooney 3. The guy we thought was MD 
on the mopede 4. Sir, . . . What's wrong? 
5. AL next to the car 6. Skits; Fred and 
Barney talks w/Betty; Nike Site; Bos- 
ton, Rockport and the GFW w/KD and 
JM; Good times w/Jess; My surprise 
16th; Topsfield Fair; New Years/ Hal- 
loween '90; Mint Choc. Chip ice cream 
and jimmies w/ KT; Florida w/KD; 
"Did he ask you yet?"; My windshield 
w/AK, KT, KT, NM; Lax games 
w/Amy, "1 can't take you anywhere!"; 
"You're so cute" w/AK; "Soccer Stud!" 
w/ AL, AK; "Bird . . . nice bird" trans- 
lated by KD; "Mine and yours almost . . 
.!"; Bugs, The Sheets!; AL picking fights 
spring soccer; "Where's Waldo?" w/ 
KD, KB and JP; Being rude at Weylus; 
NH w/ KT; "Hey Julie, follow me!"; 
Rainshower w/ KT; The Crew Races w/ 
AK; "Don't sing!'; "Are you serious?"; 
and every day spent w/ KT "Good Luck 
next year!" ACTIVITIES: Soccer (9. 
10). Peer Ed, Yearbook (editor), PTSO 
(11, 12), Key Club, Student Council. 
Office Aide (10). Powder Puff (12), 
Amnisty International (12) LEAVES: 
AL to conquer another city of boys and 



AM to help her. GA and CB to a great 
senior year of soccer, SW to deal with 
the yearbook, MB, MT AND NM and 
the rest of the class of '93 to have a great 
senior year at BHS, AK w/ the best 
wishes and good luck in NY, "You'll be 
missed!" PROPHECY: To still be hap- 
py! 

Todd Fesseadeo Fezz 29 MacArthur 
Road 927-0045 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Boys night out! - T.O- 
.M.A.S.! - BS's w/the boys! - Parties in 
the Regal! - GC. is that another butt 
burn in my car? - Rought nights w/SS, 
JM, GC, SD, KL, and JD - MM want 
another? -m Weekend parties at SS's - 
Trips to Headlines - BK trips - Smoking 
butts w/the boys! DH, remember the 
karate lessons? We've shared great 
times Donna, and many more to come! 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer - The Bowling 
Team QUOTES: "The Regal lives!" - 
TP "Anyone got an extra butt?" - "All 
you touch and all you see, is all your life 
will ever be!" - Pink Floyd LEAVES: 
My parents wondering PROPHECY: 
To not follow others footsteps but to 
have others follow my footsteps. 

Nicole Filtranti Nickie, Weable. Butch- 
er 10 Cliff St. 927-1650 MEMORA- 
BLE EVENTS: Florida summer of '89 
and '91 w/AM, DF. DD. CH. JH. CH. 
EG, Kelli and Len! Especially Disney 
and and "The Hotel"; "What are they 
doing here??;;' "Singing to the sleeping 
boy, I adore!"; "Useless Air"; "Where 
gonna die"; CH - sneaking out to party; 
Best of times w/Gi-Gi, Trinka, and Kill- 
er! I love you guys!; Colonial mast 
w/AM, RJ. NT. JD. CD. ED; "SeBa- 
go"; "You mean we're stuck out here?"; 
"Fluff Puffs"; Numerous visits to Ever- 
ett w/AM. CF.DF. and CW; Meeting 
SR "Ooh those eyes"; "We have a fiat 
on RT one??"; "Where is he going?"; 
Fireworks w/AM. AF. CF. AF. "What's 
that I see glowing in the bushes?"; Final- 
ly meeting SM and SW; Lunch w/AM. 
TM. TS, MB, PM, TS, JG; Singing 
Beach w/BC. EM. TM. AM, "They 
took the cooler"; Shopping sprees w/ 
AM, TM; Guy singing Imagine on the 
train; SL and Dana on train; Ya Ya Ph 
Club Ya, The Best. ACTIVITIES: Soft- 
ball 9, Powder Puff 12. Hr. Rep. 9. No 
part BHS Club 10. 11. 12. QUOTES: 
"You now what I'm saying?", "What?", 
"If you build it he will come." Ya, Ya. 
LEAVES: Foster and Fox for a senior 
year to remember!. With Good Memo- 
ries and Good Friends, friends forever 
Amy, Danielle, Dee-D and Tiffany 
PROPHECY: To have graduated from 
Nursing School and find the Man of My 
Dreams. 



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Cmsey J. Fiore Kaptain, Skate 5 Han- 
cock St. 927-4758 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Boatdance; Attitash; Lisa's 
Bathroom; Coletti's House; Private 
Stocks (All Times); Making Children 
around the globe; Andy's House; Camp- 
ing Trip '91; Winning Nobel Prize; 
Fourth of Julys; Cooney steps; Lifetime 
Achievment Award; Windsor Nights; 
Playing strip poker w/the Pope and 
Playboy Playmates every Thursday 
night; Learning everything I didn't 
know, and forgetting everything I don't 
know now . . . ACTIVITIES; Football 9- 
12, Indoor 9-12, Spring Track 9-10, 
Braindead 9-12, Alpine Sliding Team, 
Private Stock Club QUOTES: "Fuel", 
"My mind is terrible", "Make 'em fresh 
everyday!", "Sneaka", "I'll accept you 
like a Hallmark baby*", "b-e-e-e- I'm 
from France!", "Is that your brother - 
he's a good lookin' kid." LEAVES: 
through the back door PROPHECY: 
Rich in the wealths of wisdom and poor 
in the trait of boredom 

Aimee Flyna MEMORABLE 

EVENTS: Camping w/Scott; Going out 
w/Scott Husson LEAVES: A good year 
for my sister LF PROPHECY: hope to 
be a mom, being w/Scott Husson and 
having no major career. 

Catherine Fly on Flynnie, Cath, Ca 62 1 
Hale St. 927-1679 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Halloween '88 w/ Happy, 
Grumpy, Bashful and Clown; New 
Years '89 at Loon w/CO, JG, AD, KS, 
MH; Florida w/JG, BB; Soph. Semi- 
formal w/MM, JG, DW, AF, GC, DH, 
KS; Boatdance; Red Sox and NH 
w/MS; MS attracts 3 cruisers w/flat 
w/JG, AF, CS, MD, SB; The trampo- 
line; MS sleepover parties; Quarries 
w/JG, MD, CS, AS, MS, AD, TA, NB; 
4th of July '90 and '91; Hibachi cook- 
outs w/JG, AF, MD, CS; 16 Chiquita 
Lane w/JG; All day Rummi w/Jenn; P, 
S. Chase w/JG, DW, MS; Circus '90 
and '91 w/JG, DW, MS; The Good Old 
Foursome; JG's 11:00 - 5:00 a.m. par- 
ties; Many great times w/JG, KC, AF, 
MS, DW. ACTIVITIES: Peer Ed (10- 
12), Role Play (10-12), CFM (9-11), 
Powder Puff (12) QUOTES: "Fly Ikike 
an Eagle", "Whatever man", "Cool 
Beans", "I want the front, Dan!", "Take 
all the money In the world and get rid of 
it and that's how much I have.", "I want 
a car", "What a geek", "Keep it, I love 
this song!", "Koreena, shut off the 
T.V.!" LEAVES: Smiling because it's 
over. PROPHECY: To have finally 
reached 5 ft. 

Brian Foley Toast 3 Jacobs Avenue 
927-7387 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 



Den of inequity parties; Playing xerxes 
w/BK; Mud Runs w/BD, SB, CC, MC, 
JC; Surprise B-DAY Party at JW's 
house; Cast party at SW's house; Stay- 
ing awake for 1 1 3 hours w/CC on Music 
Trip '91: Getting Jumped in Peabody 
w/RG, SB and GB; Rush Concert; Ma- 
genta in the courtyard; Bein Randy in 
Aint Life Grand. ACTIVITIES: Indoor 
track (9-1 1), Spring track (9-10), Cross 
Country (10-12), Stage Right (9-12), 
NHS, Marching band (11-12), German 
Exchange, Magenta!!!, Key Club (11- 
12), Regional student advisory council 
QUOTES: "Indeed", "We're flat 
broke", "Please pass the cheese", "Oh 
now wait a minute ... I changed my 
mind" LEAVES: My sister Colleen to 
go through everything I did. One hell of 
a marching band. PD in the dust. 
PROPHECY: I return home from work 
at a struggling pharmeceuticle company 
to find myself dodging dishes that my 
wife is hurling at me. 

Amanda Fox Pie 8 Home St. 922-0240 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: The Big 
Fatty w/LW; Halloween (9) w/JG, CF, 
KC Sleepovers at JG's house w/KC, 
CF, JG; The night of trouble w/LW, 
SR; The summer of 1990 w/ GC, AA, 
JM, SS, TF, KP, KC; Manakens w/LB, 
IXr, JG; Cruising in the convertable 
w/CV, JM; The fiat tire w/SR; The hi- 
bachi parties w/CS, AD, CF, JG, DW, 
TA, MD; Brought in w/SR, CD, KM, 
JB; Late night swim w/CV, MC, AG; 
KC's little visits; WEST BEACH 
w/KM, CD, SR; Partying at KC's 
w/JG, CF, MS, DW, AD, EH; No ski 
trip w/SS, FA, LB, CS, TM, DG, JM; 
Why me? w/LW, SR, JB. KM, CD; The 
yellow sponge w/DG; Sneakouts w/RH, 
RG; Grocery Shopping 1:30 a.m. w/JG, 
CF; The bump w/JB, AG; Purple cri- 
quets Yellow penguins w/JG, LB, DG. 
ACTIVITIES: Softball (9), Swimming 
(9-12), Powder Puff (12), Peer Educa- 
tion (10-12) QUOTES: "Yo dude", " Jes 
Lois", "We're outta here", "What's 
happennen?" Going Loony! "Wait a 
minute!", "Toody fruitty!" LEAVES: I 
leave my sister Amy and possibly my 
brother. Good Luck???? PROPHECY: 
In ten years, I will be happily married at 
the greatest height of my career, as an 
Executive Secretary and I will own an 
Infinity! 

Jennifer Gabalis Jenn, JennLyn, Jenna, 
Booger 7 Pearl St. Ext. 927-2167 MEM- 
ORABLE EVENTS: '88 Halloween 
w/ Happy, Grumpy, Bashful, Clown; Fla 
'89 w/CF, BB; '88 New Years Shi Trip 
w/AD, CF. MH, CO, KS; 4:30 arst. 
w/JD, CS. CF; Pumpkin carvin' w/DW; 
Topsfield Fair w/DW. MS, CF; Coonie 



arst. w/KC etc.; Canobie '89 w/JD, KC, 
AD, MH, JMH, CF, PG; Soph. Semi. 
w/AF, GC, DH, KS, CF, MM, DW; 
ED's party; Soph, boatdance; Scarrs 
from S. Mulligan, KC, Greenwood, 3rd, 
G. Course, West; Quality time w/DW; 
Apple Pie Making; Hibaching w/ CF, 
AF, CS, MD; Sleepovers at MS's; Late 
night trampolining; Partying w/BG, SF, 
BS. SG, DW, MS, AF, KC, CF, DH, 
TF, SS, CS, MD; P. S. chase w/MS, CF, 
DW; 16 Chiquita Ln NH w/CF; Circus 
Anv. 6-22-90 w/DW, MS, CF; Lots of 
good times w/ DW ACTIVITIES: 
Dancing lessons (9-12), Peer Ed ( 1 0- 1 2), 
Ledger (10), Powder Puff (12) 
QUOTES: "cool beans", "Fly like an 
Eagle", "I can't, Dan will get mad." 
LEAVES: Scars for life from 3rd hill. 
You must know by now Danny, that I've 
got the hots for you! love you PROPHE- 
CY: I will be really really really rich!! 

Cbristopber Gagnon Chris, "G" 4 Long- 
fellow St. 922-4799 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: C.O.B. w/MR Nov. 23; 3rd 
hill parties. The Dead; S.M. Hill; Mem- 
ories w/SS, KW, LP, KS, HD; First day 
of school; Great times w/SG, JK, DS, 
MR, JR, JK, PK, SM, AB, GA, RH, 
SG, BS. MC, JK, BG, SG, CO, JM, JR; 
Shaws!; Quarries w/SG, CO, JM, NT, 
JR, DP, MN, SG; Camping w/SG and 
SG; Quarries in dark w/DS. BS, AD, 
JM; Party at SS and SM; Rug Burns!; 
Morning Wakeup from CO; The Dead 
w/DS and SG!; Greenwood w/JW AC- 
TIVITIES: Soccer 4 yrs.. Science Club 
11th, The Pit, Primary Research 
QUOTES: T O P. - K.I.D.; He knows 
where its AT!; I hope I don't get caught; 
Guess what, I'm in the Marines; 
Whanna go to shows?; You'll get over it; 
It's true; I wish I had a bat LEAVES: 
My car to SG PROPHECY: Lawyer in 
the Marines or President of the U.S. 

Kerin M. Gallant Kev 1 7 Scenna Road 
922-7988 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Spending all my free periods in the Sci- 
ence Dept. working on the computer, 
preparing labs, and mixing chemicals; 
Being on BHS ALIVE with Heather 
Dunn and other activities in the A.V. 
Dept. ACTIVITIES: Head lab Aide, 
Collaborative Video Library, Deca Club 
QUOTES: Be Patient God Isn't Fin- 
ished With Me Yet! LEAVES: The Sci- 
ence Dept. Shirl and Mr. Z the 
"TEAM" who I'll never forget. The 
room behind G215 and my parking 
space next to Dr. M. PROPHECY: 
Working in the Computer Science Field 
as an Engineer. 

Sarab Gardner 9 Foster Drive 927-5199 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Mallot Hell 



w/AT, AW, LF . . .; Rotate w/RR, LT . 
. .; SAMBA!!! . . . Savor . . .; Childhood 
w/KC (JP & DC!!) . . .; Cardigan w/LJ, 
AT. RS, '89 . . .; AG, MR. TB. AT, JC 
'91 . . .; Bullet. JR . . .; Shushing w/ The 
C's . . .; Yankee 'Orse . . .; Ant Camp 
w/RB, JH, E "Knob" P. JW, JH . . .; 
Syms w/JG, MB, JG, DH. MV, AG . . .: 
Baby pizza & Taco Bell w/LJ . . .; Prom 
'91 w/JC . . . "Only the beginning . . ." 
JC ACTIVITIES: Band (9-12). Presi- 
dent & Drum Major ( 1 2), Pit Band (9- 
12), LJazz Band (11), Key Club (11- 
12), Amnesty International (10-12). JV 
Basketball (9) . . . Bee Gees fan club. 
Buttkiss fan club . . . John Travolta fest 
'90, '91 AT, TB . . . Transcendental Club 
w/TB, MR. AT. AG. JC . . QUOTES: 
"K-Pa", "Anybody want a peanut?". 
"Ask me if I'm a pumpkin". "Nocturne, 
bt Chopin", "It's so weird, I got so much 
energy!", "Guys ... I broke the towel 
rack . . .", "Happiness is . . .", "You'll 
always be Yoko Ono . . .", "What The 
Koala Bears eat", "Get a life!", AT 
"That's exciting . . ." LEAVES: Only to 
get farther and farther from the early 
80's 

Scot Gelinas 55 Mathies St. 922-8778 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Middleton 
party w/JH and ER; Voyage w/MD. 
AD. and TA; Skiing w/MD and MW; 
Rush concert w/HU; Course 4 wheelin' 
w/MS; UVM frat party w/HU; Lynch 
park fireworks w/MS, JL, SM, JC; All 
the Hfnrfr. nights junior year w/Deke 
and Crew; Cruisin' w/the soccer crew: 
MS, SM, JL, JC, AS, J W, RN: Bored in 
Beverly w/JH ACTIVITIES: Soccer 
(9-11), Ucrosse (9-12), Peer Ed (11- 
12), Key Club (11), Yearbook (12) 
QUOTES: "I'll tell you that right now". 
"I don't care". "Know what I'm sayin?" 
LEAVES: Yes PROPHECY: Who 
cares? 

Jennifer Gerrior Dick. Josefina 1 1 
Cherry Road 922-4854 MEMORABLE 
EVeSjTS: Movies w/TS; lE's summer 
parties '90-"91; CC meet finding Denise; 
babysitting w/KC next door; Home- 
room w/HD; SM house summer '91; All 
my adventures w/BB; Artworks w/CK. 
CD, JL. AR. ACTIVITIES: Basketball 
(9- 1 0), Spring Track (11), Winter Track 
(12). Cross Country (12), Yearbook 
Club ( 1 2), Science Club ( 1 1 ) QUOTES: 
"hello!". "clap-UH", "1-2-3, goodbye", 
"I don't know", "What?!" LEAVES: 
My sister for 3 more years. Good Luck!!! 
PROPHECY: Tired 

Darid Gerstenbaber Dave 4 Kinsman 
St. 927-6612 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: The Dead w/CD, EB; The 
Show To End All Shows; Steve and I 



with RPH; The Grand Walkabout 
w/BH, EB; Headlines w/EB, CD. EB's 
dad; Pulled over w/CD; In my basement 
watching static and feeling my hair 
grow; DPD w/the gang; Fun at the 
house; Maine w/CD; Omni and laser 
show w/BH, EB, GM, JB, SG; Surviv- 
ing the Trip To Orbit; The Purple 
Hooka; All the times w/Chris. ACTIVI- 
TIES: Free loading. Trying to keep a 
straight face, Freelance Chemical Test- 
ing, Testing the Bounds of Reality. 
Looking for a good spot, Sparkin', Try- 
ing to Borrow Money, Math Tutor, Sci- 
ence League, Spemding Jay's Money. 
QUOTES: Got any money. "I thought 
we left the planet Earth", "No, we are 
still on the planet Earth ", "I come from 
the land of sausages and cheese" thanks 
EB. LEAVES: The most worthless 4 
years of my life PROPHECY: Haging 
by a very long ropie 

Bernadette Giacalone Bebo 12 Arling- 
ton Ave. 927-5455 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Meeting Clint my Freshman 
year; Dragging HB to CL's every morn- 
ing; Poison concert w/CL. JP. CF. PT; 
Camping at Fukowee Island w/CL. BW. 
JP, JB, MW; Friday nights over JP's 
w/CL, BW, SP; Becoming good friends 
w/MJ my Sophomore Year. ACTIVI- 
TIES: Deca (Jr. year). Work Study (Sr. 
year) QUOTES: "Quiet you, I'm see- 
pin.", "Where's my pino - pino?", 
"Eishy waws", "Whatever!" LEAVERS: 
A happy mom! And my brother Chris 
for 4 long years. PROPHECY: To have 
2 beautiful children and to be married to 
a great rock'n'roll guitarist. And to be 
living in the lap of luxury 

Ryan Gillis "P", Dobie, Ginsberg 36 
Hilltop Drive 927-9890 MEM 
EVENTS Many nights of partying 
w/DS, SB. EDK, JN, AM, JO, Stain, 
BS, SF, SM, SG, OW, JG, CF, and ev- 
eryone else; NEC Winter Champs in 
Track 3 years straight, getting jumped 
w/BF, GB. and SB in Peabody. the D C. 
trip to Hell w/SB and EDK. Steve 
Miller w/DS. KB, Woddy (sorry TA). 
Bad CO w/DS, KB, Woody, GL and 
almost JO, failed romances w/JB, GA, 
JQ, KO, CB, and whoever else 1 forgot, 
ugly chicks from Danvers w/JN. AC- 
TIVITIES Indoor Track (9-12) captain 
(12), Outdoor Track (9-12) captain 
(12), X-country (9, II, 1 2), Soccer (10), 
National Honors Society (11, 12). 
Homeroom Pres (12) QUOTES "Syd's 
thinkin' . . ." "Cool buuuudy" "You 
don't hear it the first lime, you don't 
hear it at all." "Mom. I haven't been 
drinking" "Go upstairs and gel me one 
of those things" "I think 1 am starting lo 
feel something" LEAVES Every girl in 



the school and my brother Andy to 
hopefully get his act together. PROPH- 
ECY IN TEN YEARS I'll be relaxing 
on a tropical island, while my many fe- 
male admirers rub my back and fan me 
with hundred dollar bills. 

Brian Girard Stain 87 Odell Ave. 927- 
6811 MEM EVENTS B A D, 2 A.N-S 
W., Singing Beach w/ DW. BS, and DS, 
BS with FA. SF, DS, BS, SP, MM, SS, 
MD, CS, HJ. Third Hill, Sally Muli- 
gans. West Beach, Greenwood, Sociolo- 
gy projects. The Deck steals our barrel, 
4th of July w/ DS, SF, and BS (what I 
can remember), Hiking at Sally's w/SF, 
FA; Summer walks at Wally's w/PK, 
GH, SF, FA and of course DW himself, 
lobster with SF and PK. Steve Miller 
w/MM, HU, MW, SF, GC; Bad Co. 
w/MM, MR, FA, TF, SS, Neal Young 
w/ MR, HU, MW, and all I have for- 
gotten w/DW, BS, GH, FA, SF, DS and 
the list goes on. ACTIVITIES Baseball 
(9-11) West Beach Volleyball Team 
(11-12) Quarters Team QUOTES "I 
thought we were in New Hampshire" 
"Can you spot me?" LEAVES Mr. Lat- 
tanzi with three days of in-house and all 
of my emptys at places named above. 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS Living 
on a golf course in Maine with an acre of 
farmland and a still in the cellar and 
Frank Abram passed out on the toilet. 

Erik Girouard Easy 12 Bresnahan Ct. 
921-0336 MEMORABLE EVENTS 
R/C w/ MG, OG w/KL. Hangin' w/ 
KC, DF, BW, RH ACTIVITIES Car- 
pentery, waterskiing. kneeboarding 
QUOTES "Easy duz it" "word" "Yo to 
my bro. You're in the army now." 
LEAVES The luck to take only the six 
year plan to Colby Searles. PROPHE- 
CY IN TEN YEARS To be the most 
sought after architect in America, and 
to have already made my 3rd million. 

Michael D. Godin Go-Go 36 Paramatta 
Rd. 927-1899 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS Winning the NEC in X- 
Country. Winter Track, and maybe 
spring track this year. The mud runs we 
used to have, even when it was 20 de- 
grees outside. Go in undefeated last year 
in X-Country. Ryan, Glenn, Dave and 
me for breaking the record in the mile- 
relay our sophmore year. ACTIVITIES 
X-Country, track, volleyball, basketball, 
and tape war in Sally Mulligan woods. 
QUOTES "There always one "Dave'!" 
"That's liquid throw a straw." LEAVES 
A full banner in Winter Track. My mir- 
ror in my gym locker because 1 can't get 
it out. Foley hill trail. PROPHECY IN 
10 YEARS A graphic designer or some 
rich person who has everything but 
friends. 



Raisa Gonzalez Speedy, Rays, Raisen. 
G. 66 Northridge 927-8060 MEMORA- 
BLE EVENTS Last year, 1990. I went 
to camp in Hamilton- Wenham and 
there I found the Lord. But I began los- 
ing that joy he gave us as school began. 
Then this past July I went to another 
camp in New York where I was able to 
accept Him once more and never again 
turn my back towards Him. I'm now His 
daughter. Teaching Mr. B's class and 
speaking French with Bonauito. AC- 
TIVITIES Played basketball and soc- 
cer. Amnesty Intl'. Unity Coalition, in- 
volved in the Science Club and league 
for a year. QUOTES "It is in giving .... 
that we receive. It is in pardoning .... 
that we are pardoned. It is in dying .... 
that we are born to eternal life." 
LEAVES VC with 2 more years of hell 
and Freshman and Lapenna teaching 
bumps on log class. PROPHECY IN 10 
YEARS Ministry in the area of Mis- 
sionaries in China. There I'll work with 
young people. Also I plan to achieve a 
career in the Science or Language area. 

Robert Grey Rob 5 Davis Road MEM- 
ORABLE EVENTS During my fresh- 
man, sophomore, and junior years w/my 
friends DB, CW, and CM. 1 wish them 
all good luck in later years. Driving 
down the highway after school blarring 
Led Zepplin. And who could forget my 
wonder gym classed. ACTIVITIES 
Mass D.E.C.A. in my junior year. 
QUOTES "What ever do you do now, 
you'll end up doing it to yourself in the 
long run." LEAVES Every single gym 
teacher. "It's been fun guys!" (Ha, Ha) 
No hard feelings. PROPHECY IN 10 
YEARS Hopefully out of college in a 
career of Hotel Restaurant manage- 
ment. Live some where out of state! 

Scott Grimes Scotch, Scotti. Stumbles. 
Buddah Jr. 4 Williams St. 921-2065 
MEMORABLE EVENTS Fooseball 
w/JP, TD, MT, MC 91-92; Ain't Life 
Grand? Alternate Cast Aftermath 
w/BF, MU, CC. SW. MF. MD '91; Bye 
Bye Birde Cast Party; Penn and Teller 
w/ SB. KR. DW '91; Canobie Lake w/ 
BL. JR. MR '91; 12/7/89; Roy's house; 
Chocolate milk 90; Prom '91; 6500 days 
and the counting ends (at last); 10000 
and w/ SB; phono monopoly w/ SB; 
junior year w/SB. RH. JR. SM. MR. 
MF, BF, JP, CB. MC and the whole 
squad; car tag w/ CG. RH. and TA; 
Drivers Ed w/ JD and RH (Ummmm!); 
history w/ Jack 89-90; RH's and TA's 
Galactic Prophalatic Fiasco 89; Sapporo 
Rules 91; Bernie abuse w/ JD 88-90; 
The baby duck; The hair that goes eek 
w/JD 89-90; LJ's Bottles in English 90- 
91; Notesbooks; 9:36-beginning 'til the 



drawn out end. Semi-formal w/ SB '90- 
the best! ACTIVITIES Stage Right (9- 
12) Fall Play (9-12) Musical (10-1 2) TV 
Station DJ (9) Coed Naked Monopoly 
(10-12) Phone Monopoly (10) Counting 
Hours (10-12) Fooseball (12) Tictions 
(9) Taxi Service (11-12) Sunday Night 
Tournament Losses (12) No Bunjee 
Jumping (9-12) QUOTES "Joselyn, will 
you give me my cans?" "No, the stool 
jumped in my way, I swear it!" "Help 
me Roy, I'm stuck on this level." ". . 
chocolate milk! But it worked." "Jeee- 
sus!" "I have no snake, but my pull's 
okay." "Honaorable one! Umm!" 
"Goodnight, sweet dreams. I love you. 
Bye." LEAVES for 8 lockers that don't 
lock; one freshman in Auto shop; the 
eternal UM; and my brother the ability 
to not get caught (good luck) PROPHE- 
CY IN 10 YEARS I'll be world rek- 
nown as the F B I 's most wanted for 
killing 200 people who deserved it and 
torturing many others. 

Tony Guarino 125 Northridge Rd. 922- 
8762 MEMORABLE EVENTS 
Thanksgiving day football games. Nike 
site w/MH. ES. MC. MM. CF. AG. All 
the times around Northridge w/LH. 
CW. SP. JM. JS. Ying Yangin with LH. 
CS, and SP Trying to get JC and RN to 
come out with the boys. ACTIVITIES 
Football, Baseball (varsity 10-12) 
QUOTES "Forget it " "Ooh" "I meen" 
"Bread, water, cheese" LEAVES SP 
with another year. PROPHECY IN 10 
YEARS Makin' money 

Bill Guerrette B ill, Rambis 52 Win- 
throp Ave 927-4791 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS Public Enemy w/SR, EDK, 
VG. Disneyland w/PRG. Miss BHS 
w/P-Raw, LPD; Public Drunkness 
w/JC. Hazing Bent w/JN, Breakin' my 
nose at 3-rd hill; Denny's w/Reta, Gor- 
din; Good limes w/JR, GH, TB, TP. IE, 
MC, JW, AG. Buford, Crean, SB and 
Go-Go. ACTIVITIES Football (9) 
Baseball (9. 10) X-Country ( 1 0-1 2) Bas- 
ketball (II, 12) QUOTES "Syd has the 
6 pack and I have the partyball" "Bis- 
cuit in the house" "Mmm, Magic Mid- 
dles" "Magic Bus" 

Jeremy Harrington 3 Gavin Circle 927- 
5588 MEMORABLE EVENTS Ber- 
tram woods w/GD, SC; all partys 
w/ER, SG, TL and (brew crew); 3rd 
hill-thanks EW; arrested w/Bob; 4-way 
stop w/ER, SJ, CO, JS; beach bound 
w/AS; late nites w/ED and MMW; 
Missing 4th quarter w/ED; Thanks ED. 
Tim. Scot for the summer of my life. 
ACTIVITIES Indoor track (10) LaX 
(9-12) Yearbook (12) QUOTES "Sure" 
"Let me write it down" "So I was wrong 



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for once in my life" LEAVES My spot 
in the teachers parking lot for easy es- 
capes. PROPHECY IN 10 YEARS 
Centerfold in Playgirl magazine or a gas 
station attendant 

Jodie HMrsipio. JoJo 356 1/2 Cabot St. 
922-2886 MEMORABLE EVENTS 
7/29/90 summers in Vt. Boston (Aug 
91) w/NE Hockey games w/D, C, K. 
Betty Anns wedding (9-6, 7, 8/91)! Try- 
ing to ski every X-mas vaca. FB with 
mom, 12/14/90 concert. Summers in 
Vt. Boston w/AN going to the Pru. Ba- 
bysitting Nicole and Peter. ACTIVI- 
TIES Babysitting, watching Hockey and 
Football games QUOTES "so sue me" 
"Yah, and I am the Queen of Spain" 
"For Pete's sake" "Sorry to get you in- 
volved" "Let's not say we did" "I 
haven't the foggiest idea" LEAVES 
Craig and Kevin still in school! Have 
fun. Thanking Mom for putting up with 
me. PROPHECY IN 10 YEARS 
Hopefully with a good job, in another 
state. 

Keitb Hemenway Hemma 10 Manor 
Rd. 922-3714 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS Winning the first baseball 
NEC Championship. Going undefeated 
for the 90-91 X-country team. ACTIVI- 
TIES Baseball, Hockey, X-country 
QUOTES "With all that slapin', rap- 
pin', and tongue you get nothin' done!" 
LEAVES Good friends. The first base- 
ball NEC champion. PROPHECY IN 
10 YEARS Working for an accounting 
firm or owning my own. 

Tberesa Heattessy"T" 82 1 /2 Essex St. 
927-4126 MEMORABLE EVENTS 
Prom 90'. The Hard Rock Cafe w/AK, 
CM. Singing Beach w/CM, AK, JB. 
LB. LN, and RR. "TV tag". The Attic 
Party w/CM, LB, LN, JB. Crusin' 
w/AK, CM. Band trips w/AT, SG, LN. 
Nutcracker w/AK, JR. RR. Maine 
w/AK. Electric Slide w/AK, CM, AB. 
Shopping and Dinner w/AB. Staking 
out that red head w/ CM, AK. Men 
conversation w/AK, CM, JB. B-52 
w/AT. ACTIVITIES Band (9-12) Soft- 
ball (9-10) Ledger (11. 12) Key Club 
(11-12) Unity Coalition (12) Amnesty 
International (11, 12) N.H.S. (11-12) 
QUOTES "The hunt is on!" "Why are 
you such a mega B..?" "What's up with 
that?" "Did you read the German?" 
"What is Ms. Mital wearing today?" 
LEAVES My youngest brother Patrick 
to enjoy his last three years at B.H.S.!!! 
And the Tuba's w/the telephone ringing. 
PROPHECY IN 10 YEARS To be 
married with 2 kids, a great career, lots 
of money, and still having AK and CM 
as best friends. 



Daaiel W. Heriag Man, Hairing, Dan 
21 Myrtle St. 927-7103 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS The old days at Cherry hill 
and Greenwood. S.T. Exodus, Crue, 
Grateful Dead. $ wheelin' in the Carolla 
w/ the Russian. RH, BC. Hangin; out in 
Ryal Side w/ KH, JR. ACTIVITIES In 
school suspension, detention, big J's be- 
fore, durin lunch, and after school. Art, 
music, having a good time. Bothering 
my neighbors with loud music. Thanks 
to Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Jimi 
Hendrix, B.O.C., Led Zep. Sex, Drugs 
and Rock n' Roll. QUOTES "Forget all 
your sorrows, don't live in the past, look 
to your future cause life moves to fast, 
you know its a Hard Road." - Black 
Sabbath LEAVES Graffitti and artwork 
on desks, walls and the pit. The auto 
shop to JR. PROPHECY IN 10 
YEARS Being a poor artist/musician 
with no money, wishing I was still in 
school. 

Doana Hering G\\(\y), G.W. 21 Myrtle 
St. 927-7103 MEMORABLE EVENTS 
Laying low in foliage w/ Clair; TKS 
Giving Jamboree; Dith wknd; Girls 
night; HQ w/LK; Camping w/SS, MC 
(damn horseflies); Tuck cabin w/LK, 
MC. ST; Good times at Conch. Stage, 
Boner Hill; Freeballin' w/LK at L.S.P.; 
TC drive w/LC. LK; Nike site hike; 
Hacking at Nick's-Dackel, Band Stand 
-I- Eagle; Steve Miller-peeing on hgwy; 
The HUNT; Lots of Laughs w/TH; 
prisoners sig; Tea w/Lew-Nerds; Ad- 
ventures in IT; Jog w/rat-pig; Great 
times w/TF-learning karate; Hippie talk 
w/MC and J?; Awsome, Mem times 
w/MC, SS, LK, LJ, LC, ST. ACTIVI- 
TIES Varsity soccer 9-12 (capt) Varsity 
cheering b-ball 11-12 (capt) Key club 
11-12 Intramural Volleyball Champs 
(11); Alka Seltzer #1 ; Mories 1,2.3...; 
Lisping Club; Having a Husband - Nerd 
talk w/ Dean, Lew. Stories of Norman's 
woe; H.R. Club. QUOTES "Nada Mu- 
cho" "sizzler" "I didn't say anything!" 
"Vanilla, Wadda ya got A. A." "Bonah" 
"Reih-Riehr (schexy!)" "Obviously 
Hhlubdudl . ." "Youre the One" "When 
in doubt, choose 'C'" "What's that-a 
bear" LEAVES w/ Sue and Liz by 7:35, 
can I come too? Dazed and confused. 
Not getting caught and in search of . . 
PROPHECY IN 10 YEARS To reunite 
w/ all the F's and have a bonah of a 
time!! 

Lewis R. Holiday Lew 91 Northridge 
Rd. 927-2367 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS chillin' at the rocks w/SP, 
DG, CS; the Public Enemy concert 
w/TH, KD; watching 90210 w/DJ; 
Limo ride w/EE, CS. SP; Getting 
stranded at Hampton Beach w/BB, MF, 



CS, TG; The BBQ Hut w/ SR; Jelly 
Rolls w/CS; Talking Yellow flower 
w/CW; Yingn' w/TG, SP. CS; St. Croix 
w/MW; M & M's w/TP; Picnic Table 
w/SD; The meadow w/TR ACTIVI- 
TIES Freshman and Junior varsity bas- 
ketball. Freshman football QUOTES 
"C-ya" "Why are your eyes red" "For- 
get it" "really" "To put it bluntly" 
"Why is Beverly so boring" "Hockey 
Plus" "I don't know" "mege's matters" 
"c-ya round like a doughnut" "Ooh" 
LEAVES a blunt in my locker PROPH- 
ECY IN 10 YEARS To be cool'n in my 
mansion on an island. 

Kelly Holloraa 13 RadclifF RD 922- 
9332 MEMORABLE EVENTS Sum- 
mershows. Hardly Hawthorne, NSMT. 
laryngitis, SJP w/CP, mono, fum 
w/IXj, laughing and crying w/JG, 
Steinese by NS. singing w/BA. JR.; SJ 
saga, 16 at Endicott, Bp's incredible tal- 
ent. Canobie Lake, Masquerade w/ 
Todd P., Academy Theatre friends, 
blackout at Hotel Maritime and JA, any 
time w/ JKC, Dramafest '91. N.Y.C. 
ACTIVITIES Singers (9-12)-secretary 
(11), Concertquire (10-12), After 
HOurs ( 1 1 - 1 2), Stage Right (9- 1 2)-sec- 
retary (1 l)-president (12). N.H.S., Mu- 
sic trips (9-12) QUOTES "Eugene!" 
"Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!" 
"Far away in the sunshine are my high- 
est aspirations. 1 may not reach them, 
but I can look up and see their beauty, 
beleive in them and try to follow where 
they lead. "-Louisa May Alcott 
LEAVES The dream of Broadway to all 
SR members and my vocal chords to 
RAL. PROPHECY IN 10 YEARS To 
fullfill my dream to be on Broadway op- 
posite my favorite actor, BP! 

Matt Houricaa 112 Conant St. 921- 
0680 MEMORABLE EVENTS B Bos 
Boot Ling, BS with SL at Plant concert. 
Keg parties at Cherry Hill w/SF, SL. 
PH. CC. 4 wheelin' with puny man and 
BB, Killington ski runs w/SF, MH, SB; 
getting SF on the super boat w/SL at 
cocktail cove. PMC lunch. ACTIVI- 
TIES Skiing, boating, soccer for first 3 
years, carpentry in the trade school. 
QUOTES "Load, You got nothing" 
"You can't see it from my house" "It not 
piano" "F everyone" "FTW" LEAVES 
Angelina Fossa for 3 more years (I love 
you) and a lot of great memories. 
PROPHECY IN 10 YEARS To have 
my own carpentry business in California 
and no marriage to tie me down or burn 
a hole in my pocket. 

Roy Husson Junior 7 Home st. 927- 
3843 MEMORABLE EVENTS My 
house w/SG, SM, JR. JP, BL, SG III, 



MR, TA, CG. SM; and the rest of the 
odd squad, Obear park, Upton school. 
Racing w/SG II. CG. BL, Flanders 1 1th 
grade english w/JP, RR, MC; Lechmere 
and the video cameras; Jammin' w/ the 
guys, Breakin' all the rules w/ SM; 
camping out in the woods at SM's; 
THE! Scavenger Hunt w/PA. KL, KE, 
BL, CG, JR. ACTIVITIES Lunch at 
BK 11-12. Stage right (9-12), Deviance 
Club (9-12), Breakfast at McD's (11-12) 
Endicaott College 12 QUOTES "rile 
me" "Lou!" "Shawn hold the legs!" 
"Scott Help I'm stuck on this level" 
"Don't smile so much" "Your'e cool!" 
"Let's kill some freshmen" "RAAGH!" 
LEAVES All my table drawings, the 
threee pickles on the lunchroom divider 
and two dead Freshman in Field out 
back PROPHECY IN 10 YEARS 
Making a million dollars a week playing 
in a Rock Band, or sitting on my butt in 
Skid Row sucking on a bottle of Jack 
Daniels. 

Kamie Huston Kam (s) 7 Middle St. 
922-3959 MEMORABLE EVENTS 
Jim-Bob-Sue and the Underoo Crew 
w/KB, JM, RM; LM's sweet sixteen; 
RM's week in Paradise, EE's unpetite 
soire; busted at Brackenberry w/JP, 
KM, EW, MC; ultra-glam boy dates 
w/JP; Saudi night w/LM, JM. JP; Jig- 
ger Johnson w/LM, AS, RM. JM; 
KM's camp w/JP, MC, AG. DW; JM's 
camp-ninja Ry guys and fry guys w/ JP; 
Piano man at JM's; Thanksgiving 
w/JM; Zittia and Kilbasa w/ JM, Jack- 
son's!; ED's house after the semi, car 
crashes w/JM; July 4th w/AS. EE. - 
thanks guys. HR w/JL. LJ, DH-Happy 
Graduation! /good times w/SC and 
hopefully more to come. ACTIVITIES 
field hockey (9-12), basketball (9-10) 
peer ed. (9-12) Yearbook (11-12), pow- 
der puff, L.L.L., tough monkey, ski club 
w/AS, JM, EE; Friday night scavenger 
hunts? QUOTES "How should we wrap 
it?" "Barn't" "Jen-get the brick!" "I'd 
rather laugh with the sinners then cry 
with the saints" Jules-"As a matter of 
fact its all dark" LEAVES Great times 
w/ great friends and JK, JB, TW. JB, 
GA, KS, and the crew to enjoy thier last 
year at BHS- Good luck! 

Gary Hutcbins Gara baldie G. Gara 
FarnoGNU. Honci's, Ess Jr., 482 Elliot 
St. 927-6040 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: "Doors" Night. Deek forget- 
ting they have bathrooms at C. Lake, 
Quarters w/BG. DW and BS, "we are 
hiding from RS, officer." w/Murph and 
TA, Red Sox games w/TC, CO and 
MM, Temple Mtn. Skiing w/PK, 
Denny's w/PK and MR, Cubs games in 
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laziness from Stain, JR expressing her 
love for Cream Cheese, piledriving 
Murph. ACTIVITIES: President of the 
Chicago Cubs Fan Club and the Cicago 
Cubs Information Society. (Not very 
well known clubs but still very presti- 
gious clubs.) QUOTES: "Where do 
cousins come from?", "No GNU's is 
good GNU's w/out Gary GNU.", 
"She's cool but she's too big of a !fa)#/ 
to think she's too cool", "Zip it up and 
get outta here", "Shutup Woody". "Get 
'em Nicky" "Word", "Smarter than the 
average Gar." (See Yogi Bear), "Who 
cares?" LEAVES: Yoda, My Cubs hat, 
and Ms. Lam who is the most feared, but 
easily the best teacher in BHS. I also 
would like to leave my final boodbye to 
EH Sr.. God Love You, Papa! PROPH- 
ECY IN TEN YEARS: Hot Dog ven- 
dor at the "Friendly confines of Wrigley 
Field" and still waiting for the Cubs to 
win the World Series so I can tell my 
High School friends, "I told ya so!" 

Tracy Hutchinson 20 Sylvan Rd 922- 
1094 MEMORABLE EVENTS: Hang- 
ing out w/MV. JT, JF, LN VA '90, 
UNH Soccer Camp w/SM, DB, SS, 
SO, TS, Soccer, winning NEC '88, '89. 
'90, '91. Hell Hotel Montreal '90 w/MV 
and roomies DB, IE, NJ. Semiformal 
w/MV, DB. KO, SM (2 pimps/3 girls/1 
blanket!). Winter track '90 w/MV. 
Summer '90 w/MV. Laughing w/GA. 
(Never to be forgotten I Love YA!) 
Good Times w/DB & SM. Late night 
chats w/SM. THanks! ACTIVITIES: 
JV Soccer Gr. 9, V Soccer 10-12, 
Chorus 9-12, CQ 10-11, After Houra 
12, Ledger 12, Radio Show 10, Winter 
track 10-12, Spring track 9-10 Music 
trips 9-12. QUOTES: "Shut your face 
man, or I'll blow you away . . .!" "C-O- 
O-L! ", 'DON'T TOUCH MY CAR!! 
(SM) "Have faith. Bubba is w/you!!" 
LEAVES: My heart to MV. (May all 
your dreams come true!) The walls of 
BHS awaiting the arrival of Sean. Stevie 
and the new baby. PROPHECY IN 
TEN YEARS: To be a famous writer, 
with a large house, a fancy car, and to be 
the envy of all my former classmates, 
who never believed in me. 

Lori Innis Lou. Lolly Lousie 31 Win- 
throp Ave. 922-8056 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Summer of 1990 one big par- 
ty. Party in NH w/ everyone. Breaking 
my foot w/ CT. All the concerts, getting 
carried home many times. Prom 1991. 
many parties at CV. VR, & KM's. Par- 
tying in bathroom w/ HB. ACTIVI- 
TIES: Print Shop, Summer School 9. 
10, and 5 year plan. Skipping school and 
spending lots of time w/good ole Mr. 
Lattanzi. QUOTES: "Did I already say 



that?", "Mom, have any money?", "I 
forgot what I was going to say" Thanks 
mom, dad, and Brucie; I love you all. 
You helped me get through it! 
LEAVES: Finally, with lots of thanx to 
Mr. Barry and Mr. Tarr; you both 
helped alot. Also see ya later Mr. Lat- 
tanzi. PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: 
Married with two kids, living in Florida 
or California, owning a camp in Lim- 
merick, Maine. Hopefully rich. 

Mfelanie Jeremy Sme\l, Mel, Lanie 12 
Grant St. 921-0248 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Leaving school w/MB, JB, 
CD. Cutting typeing w/MB & CD. 
"Girls where were you" "Get to class on 
time" Going to see MM, Getting in- 
house w/TD, MB. JB, MB, TH. CD, 
BE, & CD. Studying w/Mr. L for his 
test, partying w/TD, Staying out all 
night w/ FC, cheating on MR & SH, 
Lynch Park w/ CH 4:54 pm, 4-13-89 for 
the rest of as long as it goes. Meeting 
BG, HB, BW, CL, NC, & CH. Listen- 
ing to Floyd, Zepplin, and all that other 
head banging music (Jen). Gonna start 
to party w/HB, & everyone else. Just 
want to say Love ya all. Good luck & 
keep in touch. QUOTES: "I gotta call 
my hun", "Buthead", "That's my Bon- 
ner", "Don't look at him". "I'm telling 
my hun". "Your dead", "I'm gonna kill 
her" LEAVES: CB, CD, & GM w/ 1 
year, KJ, PH, SJ. JP, MD. and everyone 
else w/ many good years to come, 
LOVE YOU GUYS. 

Steren Jette Gimp 13 Lincoln Rd, Sa- 
lem 741-3690 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: '/2 way down Paramatta, 
Barx, Summer Madness, ozbong, Uto- 
pia, Boston, Bake Shows, Squirrel hunts. 
10th grade with the crew. Butt patrols. 
Night train, Cisco ED's. Dale, CJO, Al 
& Tom, ELS, Almighty T Days, the 
Room, the cellar. JAH, Triple A, Nig, 
Bill, JC & limo on patrol, Swillin' & 
Smokin' & hip hop, Justin & Peabody. 
Top of the Hancock. & all the good 
times. Bushwick, 5th ward, Marley & 
fishin' ACTIVITIES: Freshman Foot- 
ball. Winter Track, Lacrosse, 4 BP 
crew QUOTES: "Hip Hop Rules", 
"Peace my Nubian Brothes" LEAVES: 
Lots of smoke, grafetti. A BAD REP for 
RJ PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: 
Working in Jamaica with JAH on the 
crops. 

Leah Jones Lewis. Lee-lee W. Cow 50 
Matties St. 922-4644 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: 4 Bad B's, TG Jamboree (SS 
and GB). Nerds, tea w/ Gil, Aliens! 
Food, Bonah hill. Blind EC, x-country 
trip, Salem guys, dinner w/AG & RB, 
magic bazaar, skiing & potatoe bread. 



Gil movies 1, 2, 3 . . . baby pizza w/ SG. 
D it to H wk. Life and family, EC! love 
ya! Lowell w/JO & DH, Raccoons 
w/JO & SS, '88 - '90 w/SK. Denny's 4 
am. w/ JL and SM, gym, TAM! Good 
times, ART! Peeling & life w/AS. Hard 
Rock, Stge. Ft. w/SM, Rosewater & 
moral talks w/SS, Danee off. Runs & 
talks w/JQ and CB, Skating & fun w/ 
PR & JJ, etc. Prom '91 SM. KO, GB, 
AS, JO. Great memories of SS, DH, 

EC, MC, LK, ST, DL, DF, CF ACTIV- 
ITIES: Spring Track (9-12; co-capt 12), 
Winter Track (10-12; co-capt 1 2), Field 
Hockey (11-12), Basketball (9). Inter- 
mural Volleyball Champs, NHS. SAC 
(12), AEGIS (9-12). Key Club (10-12). 
Amnesty International (10-12). Home- 
room Pres. (9-12), Band (9-10), Stage 
Right (9), Marshal (11), HR Club, KH, 
DH, JL. QUOTES: "Sorry!", "Food, 
oh, favorite?", "Vhat did you svay?", 
"Bloodthy, obviously, the thing is . . .", 
"Damn it. SPLEIN!". "Lith-ping, AB 
or C?", "Excelente!", "You guys . . ." 
LEAVES: KO, Piggy, CB, JQ and JM 
to remain great, and with good memo- 
ries of BHS. 

Patrick Kasenenko Kas, 39 Sunset 
Drive 927-1866 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Lobstering at West Beach 
w/BG. PG, SF. Chairlift Jumping 
w/AS. Brought to the Bighouse w/CW. 
Winning $300 w/DW, JW. PO. CO in 
the igloo. Bean Treks. Denny's Runs. 
Steve Miller Shows. Homecoming w/ 
BH, PG. Deck vs. x-mas tree. Rolling 
Rock overloads. Human Scab @ Sun- 
day River. Aunt K's Bathroom Floor. 
Skiing w/ Harry Mavergis @ Attitash. 
ACTIVITIES: Student Council, Peer 

ED, Dynastar Assault Team, 3rd Hill 
Team, Sunday River Snowplow Club, 
Varsity Hacky-sack, West Beach Sand- 
castle Team, Jeff Spicoli Fan Club. 
QUOTES: "I perform a service and the 
service costs money", "Whatever man", 
"I will serve no fnies before their time", 
"Take it to the stage". "Let's tear up 
this mountain", "Gary, have another 
one!". LEAVES: Harry Mavergis to en- 
lighten many a more students with his 
expertise of leaching technique. 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: Mak- 
ing $3.75 a Killington as a chairlift at- 
tendant living in a shack in the outskirts 
of VT. I only will have a pair of Dickies, 
a flanel shirt and more dandruff than I 
do hair. 

Lisa Kelly Gune, Guney. Guben, mom 
10 Miller Rd. 922-6086 MEMORA- 
BLE EVENTS: Good times w/SS. DH. 
JK. LJ, LC, MC, ST. TF's w/ST. Girls 
night. Movie Night, Steve Miller. Good 
limes at the Stage, conch. Boner Hill, 



DITH weekend, Billy Joel, the TC drive 
w/ DH & LC HQ w/DH, Bingo 
Nights, LSP, 5th grade w/RM Before 
school w/ LC, Blue Planet, KC's house 
parties Int. volleyball champs. TG's 
couch, the dance off at LJ. Nicki. TKS 
GN . . Jambore, Teen witch. Cement 
blocks, freeballen at LSP w/DH. Nicki 
cite. Good times w/JD Jellyfish w/JK, 
China River. HU's house-ST's bath- 
room. ACTIVITIES: Inter. Volleyball 
(champs). Field Hockey (9-10), Basket- 
ball (9). Film productions (I, II. Ill) . . . 
lisping club. QUOTES: "Shure ", Obvi- 
ously", "That's my girl", "Whal'a got 
AA?", "Did you hear something", "Siz- 
zler", "Yall come to momma now", 
"What honey", "Braincloud", "Bonna", 
"reih-riehre". "Not . . . really". 
LEAVES: The old ball n' chain to finish 
high school! PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS; TO reunite with the "F"'s and 
have a boner of a time!! 

Knott, Amanda 189 McKay St 922- 
7961 MEMORABLE EVENTS: Lock- 
er talk w/TC, Sweet 16 party (Thanks 
Amy!). B-52's w/SC. TC. CB, Semi 
w/BL (Did we really go, Jess?). Surviv- 
ing D C. w/KC, Prom '90 w/AG, Prom 
'91 w/TC, West-port '90 w/AG, SC. 
TC. AT. JB. KC. & CB, Hard Rock 
w/CM. TH (What did you just tell 
him??!). The Hunt . . . er. Searching for 
the redhead w/CM, TH (He can't see us 
behind this maple leaf!). Summer nights 
at Singing, Tea and Talk w/CM, West- 
port/Bowdoin w/CM. Cranes w/CM. 
Long chats w/JD, Weslporl w/TH 
(Wanna shovel?!), Sanibel w/my sun- 
mates, Weslporl weekends w/Mom & 
Dad, Amy's parties w/the gang, NYC 
'91 w/ACP. Physic-al Monkey bread 
w/BL & KC, Power Morrissey Concert 
'91, Gossip w/TC. The best of limes 
w/ihe best of friends. ACTIVITIES: 
Tennis (9-12) Co-Capt (11-12), Ledger 
(9-12) Editor in Chief (12), NHS (11- 
12) Pres. (12). B-House Council Vice 
Pres. (12). Key Club (10-12), Gradua- 
tion Marshall (11). Close-up (10), Ger- 
man Exchange (12) QUOTES: "Carpe 
Diem!" "Umgotleswillen!" "The 
HUNT is on!" "Dad I need help!" 
LEAVES: Knowing that hard \- ork pays 
off Thanks Mom. Dad. Amy Jeff for 
your patience, understanding, love & 
support. I love you guys. PROPHECY 
IN TEN YEARS: Happily married 
w/children, to that sweet, simple, sensi- 
tive man! 

Kwiatek, John Johnny K 1 3 Millbrook 
Rd. 922-9050 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: FT w/JM, BG, RA. KL. 
HW, JS, AK, BH. EL. BG, SK, Endi- 
cott w/KL, ST. JM, BH. SM. Working 



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at Stop & Bop all summer long. Hang- 
ing at Texaco. Excellent times w/MB. 
Good Bye Camaro-Hello IROC. 
QUOATES: "No problem!" "Sounds 
like fun!" "Hey momma- momma-mom- 
ma- your pretty" "Just like downtown" 
"Padiddle" LEAVES: Two more Kwia- 
teks to roam the halls of BHS. PROPH- 
ECY IN TEN YEARS: Be out in the 
business world with my own office. And 
a nice car for once! 

DMwn Laboate 25 Hayes Ave. 922-8199 
MEMORABLE EVENTS- PRP with 
Co, + fam.; Billy Joel Dec 12, '89 
w/ST. SS, LK, AT; Talking w/Mr. K 
before hmrm; GS w/ ST; 83 mph light 
traffic CO, ST, HU; Ice Tea Rn w/ST; 
LSP; Aerobathon; B's game w/CS; 
HU's Party; Canobe Lake; Lost in Bos- 
ton w/ CO, KP, T; Dane St Beach w/ 
CO, ST, KB; WNBL w/ ST, KB, CO; 1- 
13-91; 3 pos. gum; wildnights ST; KB 
rope swing; Tube Rider; 2:00 am CO; 
"Baby Baby"; Dumb Monkeys w/CO, 
ST, KB; skiing w/Dad, Uncle D and 
Stacy at Wauchusetts. ACTIVITIES- 
Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12; Connect 
Four Tournament CO, SO, DO; 4 man 
tubin team CO, DL, ST, KB, Coach 
MO; PRP ski team. QUOTES- "It was 
hard to tell"; "Get back in the car and 
shut the door"-NH state police; "My 
Big Toe" LEAVES- My handwashing 
poster to Mr. Good. PROPHECY IN 
TEN YEARS- Hope I will still be with 
Chris, be graduated from college and be 
in a good job. 

Josb Landman 11 Wellesley 921-0725 
MEMORABLE EVENTS- Packing the 
wagon w/ SM, MS. JC, RN, JW, AS, 
SG, GB, TB; Golf course w/ MS; Dan- 
vers Yacht Club MS + MH; Food stops 
at SM's -1- MS's; GB moves in?; DG 
Ding w/ SM, JW H- MG; Denny's SM, 
LJ; times w/ MS, DW, TD, PS; Winter 
Swim GB, AS; summer trips w/ JW; 
Gymnastics meet GB, SM, MS, AS, JB, 
EE. SG; NA w/ JW; Night of Stress 
JC, MS, GB, SM, RN; The eyes; 4- 
wheel MS, JC, SG, JW, SM; RN's BA; 
Bowl Cut; Ireland Game w/ Boyz; State 
Games w/JC, SM, GB, MS, JW, SG, 
RN; "91"-4TH; AS's house; Times w/ 
AS, EE, JP, JB, JM's, KH, LM, RM, 
SC; Flags ED, EW, KM, MS, JM's, 
KH; HR w/ LJ, DH, KH; G talks SM, 
GB, MS, JC, JW, RN; Temple SG; 
GB's; Sass's Pizza; BDOG! ACTIVI- 
TIES- Soccer 9-12; Basketball 9-12; 
Peer-Ed 9-11; Key Club 9-12; Lifting 
w/ SM, MS; Girl-Watching; Senior 
Vice President; National Honor Society. 
QUOTES- I'll bet you a pizza; but can 
you see it?; Are you serious?; "Evil will 
always win because good is dumb" 



LEAVES- Matty to grow big, play 
strong, be smart and engoy life. 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS- I'll 
probably be the Emperor of the world 
and in control of the galaxy's destiny. 

Sbae Landry Snot, Shazy Wayze 102 
Manor Rd 927-0512 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS- Quarries w/ JM, PG, JM, 
TL, EL; Camp w/JZ, DN; Hangin With 
The gang LL, LL, SS, BH, KH, MH; 
Homecoming "91"; Bahama Beach 
Club w/LL, LL; Hockey Game's w/AB; 
MB w/ Bitchy moods; Chasing BC, JR, 
AR; Thursday night, Dylan; Summer 
"91"; Hampton; Water Country Life 
Guards; The Wave pool "91"; License 
9/3/91!; Dancing in the Mall; MD w/ 
Mcdonald's Dance; English classas KC, 
MJ, TD, KC. ACTIVITIES- Chasing 
Bob; Office Aid; Boing 9-11; Health 
Tech 1 1-12; Oh gee fun; As you can see 
I'm a very busy person; Watching AB go 
down Backwards-waterslides. 
QUOTES- U Stupid Bim; Quit it! Stop 
it! Fine; Nice Parking Job; Oh, That's 
TJ; Where's Bob!!; BiBits You Motha 
Mosquito!; Turn it up!; Have Mercy; He 
can frisc me any day!; Kiss My What; 
Tom A — ; Men! Get the drool bucket; 
Bonus! Boing!; Blue Truck; I missed 
him; 1 give up. The Whole World Hates 
Me. LEAVES- Tom for 3 more miser- 
able years and for him to reach his goals. 
Good Luck. All the immature people to 
"Grow Up;" Danny to start shaping up 
and make a good life for himself. 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS- To be 
married to Mr Right with a home, 4 kids 
w/ enough money to be comfortable, 
and to be working as a Physical Thera- 
pist. 

Shannon Lareau Shnan, Frao 25 Long- 
view Drive 922-3107 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS- Freshman year w/HS, TR, 
BT; "ROUTNEY " "SWEET HOME 
ALABAMA"; Going to Lynn w/ BW; 
"Where the hell are we?!"; DG's Cadil- 
lac, "you're gonna crash!"; memorable 
parents meeting w/ teachers!; NY 
w/HS; "Around the way girl"; "Fight- 
ing off the big lug"-"No deal"; "We'll 
call you guys, when we're 18!"; The 
ROCKD and BRIDGESIDE w/HS, 
AG + AS; "Do you really want me?!"; 
Racing home on 128, BT blew us away!; 
Inconvienantly stranded at lynch park; 
"YUP!" thanks TM!; Fire works w/HS, 
DC, NB; "Need a ride!"; PK in BK 
parking lot!; "No bathing suits?"; And 
many more I can't put in!; Lunch w/HS 
-t- LC!; and many more w/HS in FT 
LAUDERDALE ON SPRING 
BREAK!; RI w/SG, "The EAGLE 
BROOK HERE WE COME!" "I'd like 
you to meet GARRY!"; "John + 



George at Hampton and "chillin in the 
wind" on GB's boat!; "Where's your 
suit! Oh it's on!"; BT's party w/HS, DC 
+ MC w/AG + DC "I'm a mess!". 
QUOTES- "YEAH!"; "NEAT!"; 
"YOU'RE COOL!"; "Wanna leave? 
Let's go!"; "I'm blowing this clam 
bake!"; "Gooda"; "Cookie + Cheese- 
cake!"; "Gimme a break!"; "Things that 
make you go hmmm?!"; "On really, is 
that a fact?"; "Excuuuse meee!"; 
"Whoa nellie!". LEAVES- I leave 
school in hopes of an even better future. 
Making terific friends, and learned 
much more than academics. Learned to 
become my own person, some great 
friends and some not so great. And last, 
making my dreams come true, and hope- 
fully see that certain some one! 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS- In 10 
years, I'll be that architect, building my 
life up to every potential. 

Tara Harcbing Lee T, T Lee 1 2 Dodge 
St 927-5573 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS- The Cure w/MD, JB; HD 
9/88; Walpurgisnacht; Falmouth HS 
'89 ("hearing" Gary Numan w/TB); 
My first shows (YOT w/Sean); Rick; 
The absoute beauty and horror of 89-90; 
COP HW; coffe + Newports + Coke 
from MS; Dealing with and losing faith 
in humanity through MD; 10/27/90!!!; 
Times past (wine, candles, dinner, AS 
cigarettes, mutants, yum!) present and 
future with Jeremy (Rylan, Deesse). 
ACTIVITIES- Ledger 9-1-12; Unity 
Co 10 + 12; Amnesty 10; French Ex- 
change 10; One- Act play No Alterations 
11; N Shore Leadership Conference 11; 
Stage Right 12; Radio Show 12; HSF! 
QUOTES- ". . . Red velvet lines the 
black box . . ."; "Swing the heartache, 
just for her sake . . ."-Bauhaus; "The 
only truth I know is the look in your eyes 
. . ."-Ministry. LEAVES- the faculty 
and students to watch Pump Up the Vol- 
ume ind learn from it. Mary to survive, 
and write me. PROPHECY- Bad cough; 
1 daughter; somehow still w/JP (I 
hope); creative, traveling, teaching, 
WRITING, being me. 

Keritt L«iris player 7 Home St 927-3834 
MEMORABLE EVENTS- Hanging 
out with RH, SM, MR, PA, MG, KE, 
BL, CS, ST; Parties at SM's with Dick, 
RH, PA, MR, JR, CG, KH, KC; Lifting 
with CS, DH; CS pool; The gang at 
Hampton; Endicott parties; Racing with 
BP; Accident with DF, RH, MG; more 
Endicott parties with JK, ST. ACTIVI- 
TIES- car crashing 10-12; Hacky sack 
11-12; girl watching 9-12; skipping 
school 9-12. QUOTES- You are tiny 
you girly man. Look at that fiaba mus- 
cle; what girl; who are you talking about; 



so do girls. LEAVES- Everything 
to anyone who wants it PROPHECY 
IN TEN YEARS- To be alive and do- 
ing well. 

Genieve Lloyd Gen 2 Pearl St Ext 927- 
6691 MEMORABLE EVENTS- Prom 
w/EC. DL, MM, KC, SW, AB, JT; 
Tennis-NOT!; Monkey Bread!; Bowling 
w/KC et al; meeting Andre Agassi 
w/JB, KC, AK; Driving w/KC; Satur- 
day nighu at SW house; SNL w/KC; 
Halloween w/JT, EC, AB, KC, SW; 
"Battle of Bunker Hill"; painting Easter 
eggs al JJ house w/ the gang; Gradua- 
tion parties; Art class '89 w/LH, KC, 
RC-sunburned face!; basketball w/PW, 
KT, SS; summer; water country '89; 
MIT w/MT, TW, AS, EW, MC. ACTI- 
VIYIES- Varsity Basketball 9-12 
(capt); Varsity Track 9-12 (capt); Varsi- 
ty Tennis 10-11; National Honor Soci- 
ety; Volunteering at Beverly Hosp. 
QUOTES- "A little luck never hurt any- 
one"; "Special K with bananas!": 
"wrong!!"; "NOT!"; LEAVES- CN and 
CD to deal w/ BB and SK and under- 
classmen to toil for a few more years. 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS- To be 
successful in whatever I do in whatever 
field I choose at whatever college I grad- 
uate from. 

Matt Manning 15 Eastern Ave 922- 
6655 MEMORABLE EVENTS- The 
"boat dance" w/JC, MC, ES, MH. FA, 
AG, CF; Freshman year w/SR; TOA- 
SHOS w/SD, KC. JD, JM, RS, SS FA, 
EK. TF; Tom Petty w/ CS, GH, MW. 
HU; Hey Gary, hope you feel better, 
Wriggs I don't know; Meeting TF-one of 
my best friends; Peace to the OPP posse 
KT, NM; Many good times at Third 
Hill and Greenwood; JC's party fresh- 
man year; JC's party junior year w/pri- 
vate stock; many parties at MC's; Fri- 
days in the woods w/FA, TF. JD, SS. 
JM, SD. KC, DG; Dido's beer adventure 
in his pool w/trash bags; the Door 
w/RW. KT, KT, NM, JC, ES, AG. 
MC, DT; the showers w/TF, BG, SF; 
Flanders class w JC and MH; ED- 1 
won't forget you! Good luck to all my 
friends and keep in touch! ACTIVI- 
TIES- Football 9; Baseball 9, 10, 12 
QUOTES- God love ya!; Dude, I'm f - - 
- - d up!; Word!; Hey Frank, roll that 
up!; Hey Guys, where are we?; Favier. 
where are you going!? LEAVES are 
beautiful in autumn. PROPHECY IN 
TEN YEARS- to be a Solid Gold Danc- 
er 

Alicia Marescalcbi Little Rico, Goop 
58 Longmeadow Rd. 927-1036 MEMO- 
RABLE EVENTS- Plum Island w/ ED, 
MW -I- JA; Endicott w/SG; Hangin' 



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around w/ HT, NS + RG; Fireworks in 
4TH of July w/JR + BN; Mall w/MB; 
Cherry Hill; Partying w/JR + TG; sit- 
ting in the trade bathroom, ACTIVI- 
TIES- JV Tennis 10; Varsity Soccer 
Cheering 12, Work Study 12. 
QUOTES- "Don't drink and drive un- 
less you have to." LEAVES- everything 
and everyone. PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS- Married with children. 

Jeoay E Margolis Shish, Mongol, Ben- 
ny Hill, Gypsy 4 Noble Hill Rd 922- 
2787 MEMORABLE EVENTS- LLL; 
Tough Monkeys; The Underoo Crew; 
Sledding w/AS, LM; B-Day at my 
house; SJR and laughing when no-one 
else does w/JM; hot dogs and cornuco- 
pia w/Lainie; Late night talks w/RM- 
thanx; food fight w/RM, AS; Fight 
w/EE, MC; Ziti; JB Sue w/KH; Spying 
w/RM, LM; tramp w/AS, RM, JB; 
lighthouse w/JP, EE; talks w/Moco; 
clef lip w/JM; snowball fight 3am; pian- 
oman, skiing w/ED; that night w/ EE, 
LM; CCC; April vac; T or D; Hist class; 
skinny dipping w/LM; camping w/ RM, 
AS. LM, KH; Singing Beach w/KD, 
KB; July 4 '90 at AG w/RM; July 4 '9 1 ; 
Thanxgiving-ASTRO!; Donut shop 
w/CV; talks w/EW; Easter w/JP, LM; 
crashes in the Pussy Wagon. QUOTES- 
"Hi, Hi or Hi"; "How do we wrap it?"; 
"Quote, unquote" "Bamt"; "Do I have 
something in my teeth?" LEAVES- 
W/all the memories at BHS w/the best 
of friends. My "attitude" to the FH 
team; Good Luck to SP, TW, JK, JB, 
and the crew. PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS- Hopefully knowing "what ex- 
actly happened" w/ that "NICE" guy 
and AS as my chauffeur. 

Joan E. Martin Jojo, Shoelaces, Joanie 
ADDRESS: 33 Wirling Dr. MEMO- 
RABLE EVENTS; Falling cherries 
w/EL, NB, TP, ER, KP, AM, SS, 
Green Kinos + Brownies w/KC, shoe- 
laces vi/SS, EC at KC's house. Good 
Friday brawl w/MG, Sylvan St. Grill 
w/NB and waiter Bryan, mini golf 
w/evryone, pizza box w/SD, + PM, 
Alaska! mass-aging SB, RC. Topsfield 
w/NB, Driver's Ed w/DS, Amesbury 
Chat's w/BC, Mad Maggies w/Grant, 
West Beach w/DA, PK, ER, Singing 
beach w/GC, TG, Ben, Chemistry 
w/SB, NB, TA, PK, W/Bob, West bea 
GA always at the end tough times w/BD 
Good times too. ACTIVITIES; Ledger 
(10-12) Peer Ed (9-12), Yearbook (12), 
Amnesty International (12), Unity Co- 
alition (10-12) Aegis (12), Student Ad- 
visory (1 1-12), Powder Puff (12), Cross 
country (10-12), capt (12), Indoor 
Track (9-12), capt (12), Spring Track 
(9-12), Soccer (9), Les Miserables 



6/(/90, Sox 8/28/89, 7/19/91, Carou- 
sel 8/11/90, Tommy Page 8/7/90, 
10,000 Manics 11/16/90, Disney World 
4/ 1 7/91 / Key Club ( 1 2), Pres. of BB fan 
club (11-12), Creator of Greenpeace 
Save the World Yuppie Group (10-12) 
QUOTES: "Like . . . Not", "Cool Green 
Beans", "Lisa, you're so dumb!", "What 
did he say?", "Shhh! My parents are 
gonna wake up!", "Ginny. What did you 
break now?", "Oh my Gawd!", "Pahk 
the cah in Hahvahd yahd", "Who goes 
to Harvard?" LEAVES: Grover to Mr. 
B, Sully to learn to spell Mr. Dunn some 
peace and quiet, the brat pact AM, 
MM, KP, EL, ER, GC, BC, w/1 more 
year SS w/2. Tina to win All-States, 
Sarah to run Foley Hill trail, and finally 
as the last of the Martins, PROPHECY: 
I'll be very happily married to KC, living 
in Colorado w/our daughter Cloie and a 
rotwiler named Snoopy, working to find 
a cure for cancer, 

Stacy L. XtcCormick Mogul 1 5 Conner 
Rd, 927-2992 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Pizza Hut w/TH and DB, 
breaking down on Grapevine w/TM, 
PM, JW, TS, IE, Revere beach w/MT, 
MM, DB, SB, CM, fun with ice cubes 
w/MM, trips to Boston for Ty, 3 for 
$,99 at Jub lot w/MM, sleepovers 
w/AM, BB, ED, TH, lunch w/ straws, 
riding in red car w/TC, rainy aft, w/IE, 
TS, PM, TM, MM, JW, JG, TS, Intox 
sed w/MM ACTIVITIES; Giris soccer 
manager 2 years, collecting Ms, Cum- 
mings attendence first, QUOTES: "Not 
on a bridge!", "Nanny-nanny- Boo- 
Hoo!", "I have not a clue.", "Oh my 
goodness!", "Right now?" LEAVES: 
My auntie Donna to survive with the rest 
of my cousins. 

Jarrod McCay Rod 46 Northridge Rd. 
927-9954 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
B.N.O's, T,0,M,A,S„ all good times 
w/AA, SS. GC, TF, JD, KC, SD, KP, 
TG, and everyone else, BS w/everyone, 
P,M,B.S., LB w/AA, in between two 
mack trucks on the hurricaned, $450.00 
speeding ticket, headline runs ACTIVI- 
TIES: Wheelies in the Renault, bowling 
team QUOTES: "Sometimes a rainbow 
is better than a pot of gold", "You know 
the rules" LEAVES: All my good times 
w/AA and many more to come. My sis- 
ters with 2 more years. PROPHECY: 
Racing motorcycles in Daytona. 

Lisa McDermott Lainie, Runny, LL, 
McD, Luke 38 Taft Ave. ni-nei 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: L.L.L., my 
sweet sixteen w/ ED, JM, KH, RM, JP, 
EE, AS, Semi-formal at ED's, secret 
pact, "The List" and poem fol er w/JP, 
the pussy wagon. Skinny Dippin w/JM 



at Mc's, party week at RM (I + II), 
puddle Ju pin in the astro, Halloween in 
the astro, tough monkies, frosh year -t- 
flying Hawaiians at MC's, spying at 
AG's w/JM. Jigger Johnson w/AS, 
KH, JM, RM, EE, un petite soire, Ding 
Dong . . . COPS?, BJ at JM's, EW's 
porch-no one will know, 4th of July at 
AG's, camping w/BC, underwear shop- 
ping w/DL, All my great times 
w/Bobby and many, many, many, more! 
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey (9-12), 
capt (12), Softball (9), JV Basketball 
Cheering (9-10), Hockey Cheering (11- 
12) capt (12), Powder Puff '91, Friday 
night scavenger hunts (BBDB's #1) 
QUOTES: "How should we wrap it?", 
"You guys this is someone's yard!", 
"Near-boov", "You know . . . you're 
right!", "Bam't", "I gotta go to Saudi", 
"The black velvet sombrero", "Woody- 
Boody", "Quote-Unquote-HYM" 
LEAVES: Jenny C. w/2 more years! 
Good luck. Field Hockey team to be the 
champs (TW, JB, SP, JK, JB) and 
knowing I had the best of times with the 
best of friends! PROPHECY: Having 
my own little house, a couple of millions, 
and the red truck still out front. 

Kathryn McLaughlin Kate 44 Ober St. 
927-6295 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Newfound lake JP, KH, MC, AG, DW, 
semi-formal MC. KD, ES, AG, JM, 
Bustedat Brakenberry KH, SC, JP, EW, 
Lynn 2 KH, JP, SC, locker decorations 
-I- budtalls w/KD, temtations SC, JP, 
commando w/SC, Mr. BHS '91 EW, 
SC, Good Harbor JP, RG, JM, Dead 
Ahead Hour w/RG, robbing the cradle 
w/SC. Boston x-mas lights KD, ES, 
MC, sleepover w/Grammy- Big Party!, 
4th July '91 at my house, 14 great 
months Thanx! "Ain't Nothin Changed" 
in the Maxima Florida '91 w/JW, CW, 
golf course 10/28 MC, fun times at 
JM's w/Mc. ACTIVITIES: JV Basket- 
ball Cheering (9-10), V Football Cheer- 
ing (11-12) capt (12), Peer Ed, NHS, 
Science Club, Yearbook (11-12), HR 
Pres (9-12) LLL QUOTES: "Now my 
face is red", "Tell me EVERY- 
THING!!", "Ensconced", "These are 
the days to hold on to. 'cause we won't 
although we'll want to." LEAVES; 
MM, NM, MM, LD, PF, KR, MT, JR 
to have fun hey it's your last year. CG 
yet to go out to dinner, Jamie and Brigid 
to enjoy their high school years. 

Sam Melei Heavy "D" 10 Harwood St. 
922-5376 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Thanksgiving '90 GB, MS. JC, RN. 
prom '91 w/LJ, BR151,New Year's 90- 
91, DGD w/JL, JW, Lynch Park slee- 
pover w/GB, CM, and the Silver Bul- 
lets, UVM w/GB, SG, MS, AS, JC, RN 



and TB, Wagon rides w/ the crew, Ray- 
ban's on the GC w/ LJ. D and D w/GB 
"Who's it gonna be?", Resolving w/LJ 
at 4am, gymnastics Meet w/AS. EE, JB 
and the guys, USA-IRE, smashin TB in 
the sink ACTIVITIES: Soccer (9-12). 
Spring Track (9), Lacrosse (10), Key 
Club, NHS, Graduation Marshall 
QUOTES: "Where's the shotgun?", 
"Dude, what's up?", "Forget it.", "Your 
a mudskipper!", "I don't care", "I got 
shotgun!" LEAVES: My brother to 
empty out the rest of the cabinet. 
PROPHECY: I have no clue! 

Kelly Micbaud 51 Millbrook rd MEM- 
ORABLE EVENTS: Going to see T2 
w/ HD, Morrissey w/HD, FF, GF, LA. 
Boston -I- concerts w/MOM. being 
towed, my pool w/MD, BC. HD. AD. 
DF, torito, buying William, the stables 
ACTIVITIES: Horse Back Riding 
QUOTES: "Everyday is like Sunday, 
everyday is silent + gray "Morrissey", 
"I don't want to sail with this ship of 
fools world party" PROPHECY: To 
own my own barn and take care of ten 
horses. 

Caroline Mills MOO 45 Pearson St 
922-3289 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Pizza w/Schtacy, derby, Izyy, Thank 
you for the cab DZ, the park YC, DC, 
ED, lunch w/Bob, Bismarkmarks on 
Wednesdays, great talks over what will 
soon be 10 vols, thick. Mom-gone . . . ? 
Whaah! Opportunity City, my CD play- 
er getting forcefully enjected w/ a near 
death experience, being shot out of a 
cannon by MM, SM, TS, TM, MM, and 
the like about BG + IE, gym w/DH- 
those great sexy legs! Volleyball w/LJ, 
EC, LK, MC, SS, DH, feeding the 
ducks ACTIVITIES: Radio show (10), 
crew for a couple of shows (9-10), Field 
Hockey (9), Unity Coalition (11-12), 
Amnesty International (10-1 1), Cambo- 
dian tutoring (11-12) QUOTES: Moo- 
van", "Ingy-Dingy-Ankle- Dankle- 
BoBo", "Maybe next time your parents 
ought to stay home on New Year's", 
"How's chpunkey?",: The Machine"- 
DH LEAVES: The Boner boys-C + DZ 
to the "Dead", or the care of C's Mom! 
the furies of a limiting institution to 
those who will or will not flourish in it. 
PROPHECY: Still trying to find the 
wealth of great literature in the proverty 
of the large, monolingualistic society of 
a large corporation. 

Clotbilde Miranda Cher. Clo, Miranda 
Woman 704 Broughton Drive 927-5367 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Adventures 
at Bahama Club. Dunkin D's tradition 
w/ EE, DH, KM, JW, AK's 17th b-day 
(Hard Rock), meeting ADC at H. Rock, 



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ADC's apartment . . what a joke. West- 
port weekend w/AK, Fral night in Bow- 
doin. Obsession w/ BL, stake out for the 
red head. Tea + Talk w/AK, TH's attic 
bash . . . Batman, solider, Hampton strip 
w/DF, LS, naked men conversation 
w/AK, TH, summer night at S. beach, 
scenic hike w/Fred H. "Whip appeal" 
w/Mark + Ken. doing slide at Logan, 
razcals w/Hampton lifeguards. RI surf- 
ing club. Crane's w/AK, Girl State rebel 
w/AG, AO, CM, ET, KM, caught at 
casino, NY train dodge, meeting AC- 
TIVITIES: NHS (11-12) Key Club (9- 
12), Ledger (9 + 12), Girl's State (1 1), 
Basketball (9-10), Amnesty (9-12). Peer 
Ed (11-12), U. Coalition (12), Aegis 
(12), JV Cheering (10), Basketball 
cheering (11-12 capt) QUOTES. "The 
hunt is on . . .", "Why are you such a 
mega ", "OH! Sure", "No Prob- 
lem", "Are you gone?", "YA right?!", 
"HEY!" LEAVES: Absolutely Noth- 
ing. I'm taking everything with me. Best 
of luck to the B-ball cheerleaders to go 
all the way. LS w/Bev babes . . . NOT!!! 
16172897570!!! PROPHECY: Be hap- 
py. Try not to hurt anybody and hope to 
fall in love. Also to be best friends w/A- 
manda K. and Theresa H. 4-ever 

Allana Moore Laner, Al, Farg, Straw- 
bery 6 Warren St. 921-2243 MEMO- 
RABLE EVENTS: Aug. 90 when my 
sanity moved to Utah, great times w/SB 
in. The Kock, wandering in search of 
the Goon w/SW, late night w/DP -I- 
Mr. Smirnoff. Riverside experience, 
concoction I + II. adventures w/Lucy. 
House parties, warm beers w/SW, MG 
+ officer McDougal, T'N'O' Posse, 
New Year's 90-91 in the jeep?. Green- 
wood every-night summer 91', Hannah 
School w/ES, July 4th '91 at Andrew's 
undercover, shopping w/JO -I- AB. 
Hurd Stadium?. A 6 ft. what? ACTIVI- 
TIES: X-country (9-12) capt (12). win- 
ter track (9-11), spring track (9-11), Ae- 
gis (11-12), Asst. poetry editor (12), 
Yearbook (12), T'N'O' Posse (10-12) 
QUOTES: "Action?", "Hand me an- 
other ba-yah!", "I say we joke!", "Me + 
Ryan are just friends!", "Want some Ba- 
cardi-Blaah!", "Hum-in-nah, Hum-in- 
nah, Hum-in-nah!", "POG!", "Use a 
condom!", "I'm so disappointed", "So 
what's your point?" LEAVES: A few 
brain cells behind. PROPHECY: No 
clue, I'll tell you when I get there. 

RMcbel Matt Helmet, Motley. 1 1 Miller 
Rd. 927-5685 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: L.L.L.. L.M's sweet 16 at 
JM's w/LM. JM, AS, ED. KH. JP. EE. 
underroo crew w/JM, KH, KB, week in 
paradise. Jigger Johnson w/LM, KH, 
JM, AS, thankgiving 90-what dance? 



AS, JM, EE, KH, LM, snowball fights 
at 3am, EE's un petite soire, puddle 
jmuping in the astro, Halloween in the 
astro. Ding Dong . . . Cops?, Cops in the 
plaza Thanks JM, party's at AS, the P. 
wagon, freshmen year Flying Hawaiins 
at MC's, LM's, Semi-formal at ED's, 
JM's sunroof July 4th 90 at AG's 
w/JM, tramp, w/JM, AS, JB, spying 
w/JM, LM, Green from AS, Proms 
w/EE, SJ Prom 90 w/JP, EE, MK, 
Prom 91 w/SC, Zit conv w/LM, pota- 
toes w/AS, Ninjas, 12:00 phone calls 
from JM, Trap Fwit EW, JM, KH, LSD 
w/LK, DL, canoeing w/SS, the best 
year w/LK, golf course Stampede 
w/LM, SO's party w/MC, ED, JM, JM. 
dates w/SA and SC, July 4th 91 Thanks 
AG. Pizza Hut w/JT, MC, SC, every- 
thing with Scott and much, much more 
to come! ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 
(9-12) capt (12), Basketball (9-12), 
Softball (9-12), Volleyball, Powder Puff 
91, Peer Ed, Yearbook NHS, Friday 
night scavengers, KCC. QUOTES: 
"Daikini!", "Vhat? Vhat?", "How are 
we going to wrap it?", "BOYS??", "I 
tell you, it's my tires!", "Oinge puhm" 
LEAVES: Behind the best times but 
keeping the best of friends, JK, SP, JB, 
TW + the crew, SM to clean under 
people's beds. Good Luck. I love you. 
PROPHECY: See you at the class re- 
union with perfect speech. 

Pamela Moaltoa Pam 5 Harris St. 922- 
0619 MEMORABLE EVENTS: N.H. 
w/TS. IE, and MM. 3 nights in a row. 
beach parties at lE's house, cruisin 
w/IE, TS, SM, TM, movies w/IE, MM, 
and JW, pizza party w/IE. TS, NP, and 
JW, Bronco w/IE ACTIVITIES: JV 
Softball (10-11), Powder Puff (12) 
QUOTES: "Chill out", "It didn't effect 
me", "What?" LEAVES: My sister Les- 
lie with 2 more years. PROPHECY: To 
be making it in life with a good job and a 
good family. 

Tiffany Mullen Tiff, Peanut 8 Lyman 
St. 927-8356 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Good times w/TS, AM, IE, 
JG, PM, SM, TS, NF, JW, VJW, BC, 
N (Barney) F, MM, the willowing 
w/TS, TS, SM, VJW, PM, IE, parties at 
lE's, Maine boating w/AM, NF. ED. 
CD, Me and the peacock lost in the 
woods, callin names on the beach, causin 
trouble in Boston w/AM, and NF, danc- 
ing w/TS, TS, Rochine Singing beach 
w/BC, EM, NF, AM, going to RP w/ 
AM QUOTES: "Wish I could be crui- 
sin" "My ar tweeking!", "What's 
his name?", "Just Kidden!", "Yo 
baby!", "He's fine!", "If you build it he 
will come", "No offense" LEAVES: ex- 
hausted, bored, and glad and my cousin 



SH with 3 more years, it only gets worse. 
Good Luck, you'll need it! 

Jennifer Munroe Jenn 1 Roosevelt Ave. 

921- 0524 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Hawaii '89, coming to Beverly High, 
1 1/26/91, TF, Washington '87 ACTIV- 
ITIES: dancing, Softball QUOTES: 
"Oh, God!!", "Aagghh!* " LEAVES: I 
leave behind my cousin Tina with two 
years to go. PROPHECY: To be an en- 
gineer and to be rich. 

MicA*e/ iVfoipA^' Murph, Murphski 157 
McKay St. 922-3630 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Aurba w/PR-watching 
BCBS, partying w/PR, PK, GH. KS, 
KB, JW, Jr. yr. w/PF, parties ar JD, the 
night of "The Phaucet", Jr. Lax "NEC 
CHAMPS", Denny's Runs w/PK, MR, 
GH, the night of the "Doors" at mid- 
night and Denny's, the partywagon 
w/PR, KG, TA, Sr. year-w/ everyone, 
NE 150 w/KT, KT, NM, MD ACTIVI- 
TIES: Varsity Football (10-12), Varsity 
Lacrosse (10-12), capt ('91), chess club, 
poetry club, HR Vice-Pres, Winning 
NEC titles in Lacrosse QUOTES: 
"Whatever Pat". "Ya dude", "Oh well". 
"What's up dude", "Hey Kris we're in 
Peabody", "Whip em Whip em Whip 
em" LEAVES: DR, PF, MG. KG 
w/one more year, SO, SR, JC w/2 more 
years, #66 and #23 to anyone who can 
fill my shoes PROPHECY: To be very 
successful, very wealthy and TIME ma- 
gizine's "MAN OF THE DECADE" 

Jenifer Murray Darker. Mur-ray, Jen- 
murray. Beanpole, chew 12 Crosby Ave. 

922- 0466 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
L.L.L. night, tough monkies, Sally Jesse 
Rapheal w/JM, Detective court w/EE, 
JP, ED'S house w/JM. EE. well Davy. 
Floyd's hot lips, my house, scavenger 
hunts. Cleft lip w/JM, Signs my camp 
JM, KH, AS ring. Thro, ma from train 
w/AS. EE. Jm, RW, KM. KH. NH nin- 
jas w/KH. JM. Rat in trunk w/AS. JM. 
JP. KH, ED. Bucken Bronko JM, RM, 
LM, 7/5-7/ Desperado, ME and MB, 
"Do you know what time it is?" MB, 
FRB, Hey HK get a brick, JM, piano- 
man. Semi, Thankg. KH, boat-dance, p. 
wagon, whip inprisoner. Circus peanuts 
AS, JM, EE, ahndjive, AS 17th laughin 
while noone else does w/JM, masks 
w/MC, JM. RM, ED, P. on tracks, JM, 
EE, Against all odds, NH Flat w/ED, 
Rock W? KH, Winning Gym. States '91 
ACTIVITIES: Gymnastics (9-12) capt 
(12), Field Hochey (11-12), Powder 
Puff (12), Yearbook (12) QUOTES: 
"Okay sunbeam w/JB", "Barn't", "No 
what was it like", "Guaca-moly". "You 
guy id wicket Gud. JP", "Do I have 
anything in my teeth w? JM", "Generic 



hocket team, Peanut Gallery", "Dog. 
Dog. Dog. Dog" LEAVES: MB w/a 
pinachio nose, and to p. in AC, and carry 
on the Barn't tradition, HM to 3 more 
exciting years and Lil Em to 4 PROPH- 
ECY: My high school "Sweetheart" still 
trying to find me. 

NateS. Afurri^ 104 Valley St. 922-2022 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: walk home 
from RW's on accident night, KD, my 
grandmother lives aroung the corner, 
scoops w/KT, RW. PW, TM, "The 
Door", BMX Bandits w/KT, KT, EP. 
DM, JR-Let's ride, mount up. Highway 
walk home w/KT. the exploding pump- 
kins w/JA, MH, KT, RW, "KT, Let's 
go save Kev", "KT, whose car is this 
anyway?" ACTIVITIES: Lacrosse (9- 
12), Peer Ed (9-12), Science Club (9- 
12), NHS LEAVES: A burnout brain 
and ben to follow in my footsteps, great 
limes with AB PROPHECY: Still ba- 
vin' great times with AB. 

Amy Muzarol Gigi, Aimless, Buzz 52 
Bridge St 927-8438 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Best of times w/NF, TM. 
Loving CD, far too long, Maine w/NF, 
CD, ED, NT, JD.: aghh I'm all wet!",: I 
can't believe we're stuck out here!", 
Florida w/Trinka. Butcha. Killer. Sing- 
ing CMB at Disney "What are they do- 
ing here?", I miss you too! seagrams by 
the pool, trips to Everett to see my hon, 
rides to HWW/NF, and CF to see MM, 
"She ran over my foot", Boston w/NF, 
TM, every Friday "runaway little girls", 
meeting SM, JW "they're so fine", 
RPW/TM "sowwy: 2am walks w/NF, 
we learned our lessons, fireworks w/AF, 
AF, NF, CF, "look they're glowing", "Is 
your name Jay?", hotel w/the guys and 
Trinka. Butcha, Killer in Florida, I miss 
you guys sooo much! Having the best 
two years of my life thanks to NF. TM, 
DD, DF, Friends till the end!! QUOTES: 
"IF you build it he will come!", "YA- 
YA", "Minga", "We're fixin to go to 
Chris' to party", "Do you know what I'm 
saying", "SO BE IT" LEAVES: Foster 
and Foxy to a great senior year and Bug 
to have a memorable next 4 years at this 
fine institute of education HA! HA! 
PROPHECY: I'll probably be living in a 
shack with Trinka, Butcha, Killer some- 
where in Florida still causing trouble 
and continuing the endless search for 
MR. Right. 

Lynn Neitzel HE-MAN, Zip, Nitzel- 
fiick 794 Cabot St. 927-6343 MEMO- 
RABLE EVENTS: Band Trips (89-92) 
Ski Trip '90, TH's attic w/Batman. CM 
(solider), JB. LB. 6/8/91 riding on car 
at 55 mph, the neighbor's lawn. AB what 
are you doing!!, 6/28/91 Jim's Bash 



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w/LB, JB, RR, SB, mall rolling w/ JB, 
RR, mall pix w/JB, RR, glowing sand 
w/JB. RR, LB, CM, TH, Sally's- "Lisa 
are you ready to go?", JB's driving home 
from everywhere w/out a license. Spider 
in RR's car w/AB, JB, "Where are the 
keys?", hunting w/JB, guys at Singing 
w/JB, RR, AK. TH, LB. GM, JB's con- 
coction "Promise me you'll never make 
that again!!", haunted house w/ever- 
yone, BOB at Singing w/JB "Is that kid 
alright?", telephone with low brass-still 
hasn't reaches AT, New Year's w/ JB, 
RR, AB, CK, "Our car stalled please 
don't call the police!", 9/27/91 cleaning 
up the day after. ACTIVITIES: Field 
Hocky (9-12), Softball (9-12), Basket- 
ball (9-10), Band (9-12), Key Club (11- 
12), Amnesty International (11-12), 
Powder Puff '91, WAH-WAH club (9- 
12), Yearbook ( 1 2) QUOTES: "My hair 
is numb", "This is fruit punch babe", 
"UH-HUH w/JB", "I need a job", 
"Why are you such a MB?", "My ankle 
is broken and 1 have to play softball 
tomorrow and my father is going to kill 
me!!", "I want a red jeep wrangler with 
grey interior", "Yippee Skippee", 
"NOT", "Dinkus-Borealis", "Tirering 
and Someores" LEAVES: To join Lau- 
rie in the real worlds and TUBAS w/the 
phone still ringing . . . PROPHECY: To 
be scuba diving in the Great Barrier 
Reef off the coast of Australia w/my 
husband out of J Crew!! 



Jason A. Nichols Pickles 506 Cabot St. 
I-800-the-pool MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Weekend Warnors w/AB, 
SS, SW, JT, CH, DL, the QS w/AC. 
MLS, AR, RM, "Remember when the 
tree was sorry" MLS, the big rest 
w/NC, MV, SF, SS, AB. the All-States 
and coaches room, the tree of sepera- 
tion. the living room w/RG, SB, EDK, 
BG, and Mrs. G, the pit, after school in 
Spring '91 w/MLS. working at NBFM 
forever, spending time w/MLS, the Ri- 
verview w/MLS, RM, SO, TB, UNH 
w/BY, all concerts ACTIVITIES: Soc- 
cer (9-10), Spring Track (9-12), Varsity 
(10-12). Winter Track (10-12). Varsity 
(10-12), Cross Country (11-12) Varsity 
(11-12), the Archaeological Dig at 
BHS, Beverly Historical Society, WW 
II exhibit QUOTES: "I'm starving, I 
haven't eaten in 42 years!", "Der, I hate 
tie-dye", "Hate your friends", "I'm 
complementing you in Alphabetical Or- 
der", "If it wasn't for disappointments I 
wouldn't have any appointments", "Oh 
my God, It's the size of a grapefruit" 
LEAVES: The two Megans attending 
BHS, Have a Blast! The Redman to 
have more kids. PROPHECY: Vice 
President of ATT Woburn. 



Jena Nicbols MEMORABLE 

EVENTS: Wathing you grow up 
Kayla!!! Mommy and Daddy I love you!! 
I love you hun!!! Bye Brinie "Bubbles" 
have fun! Jenn-N-Jay (& Kayla) Forev- 
er!!! HAY, Jenna. "I've had it!!!" 
QUOTES: Things that make you go 
HM-HM!!! Whateva! PROPHECY: BE 
RICH!!! 

Rob NickersoB 12 Evelyn Rd 927-3653 
MEMORABLE EVENTS- RG party 
with TG; Thanks G w/JC. GB, SM, 
MS; BAG w/ JC at WC; JC hugin Bowl 
at PG; "sleep over" at JC; MR w/CA; 
Ned at prep game; AS house w/ AM, 
GB, JC, JL. JW, MG, EE, MS; Coin w/ 
CA; Saint's party with TG; Prom "91"; 
"Cruise". ACTIVITIES- "Soccer"; 
Football; Golf; Tennis; Swimming; 
Track; Basketball; Debate Team; Bowl- 
ing Team; Baseball; Field Hockey; 
Cheerleading; Wrestling; Pinuckle 
Squad; AV Squad. QUOTES- "It 
skimmed off his hawk"; "I'll bet"; 
"Beat-it"; "stick it in"; "forget it"; "split 
him"; "We'll get em at the Bowl"; 
"Spalding"; "SPACE!!" LEAVES- 
Leapin Lou, and Cahill with an ulcer. 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS- mar- 
ried with lots of bills. 

Jamaica O'Brien 15 Clark Ave 927- 
4709 MEMORABLE EVENTS- SG s 
w/AT and TB; Blah! w/AB, AM. DS, 
RG; Leah, me and the toilet at U Low- 
ell; Basd Company? New Year's Eve 
90/91-1 swear we weren't doing any- 
thing!; Hanging at the fire station after 8 
at the golf course w/ AB and fang; Head 
butting the pavement at Lynch; Trips 
with Lana; T -I- O posse; JFK at the 
train station on Thanksgiving w/AM. 
ACTIVITIES- Key-Club 9-12; Amnes- 
ty Intr 10-12; Spring Track 9-12; Win- 
ter Track 10-12; Gymnastics 9; Soccer 
10, 11; Cross-country 12; Band 9-11; 
Yearbook 12. QUOTES- But I only had 
one sip!; What happened?; How did I get 
here?; Help me Lana, help me!; Hand 
me another bee-yah!; Why do that? 
Why? PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS- 
ril be happy if I make it that far. 

Chris Oulette Odie 1 Lee St 927-8382 
MEMORABLE EVENTS- Almost get- 
ting shot by Scurvy; 2am phone calls 
w/DL; Rolling in the Monte w/Kas; 
Camp w/DL; 83 mph speeding ticket; 
Making CG sleep in the Monte; Forget- 
ting my keys at Nick's w/CS; Jan 13, 
1991; KB on the rope swing; ski trips 
w/everyone; Loon Mtn; '89 New Year's 
w/Cath, scurvy. Doty, Heck, Jenn -I- 
Woody; Canobie Lake; Lost in Boston 
w/DL, Pic + TD; Henry's party w/ DL; 
4 hrs over toilet at Scurvy's uncle's; 



White Hen walks and the front porch w/ 
Scurvy; Baby, baby w/DL. ACTIVI- 
TIES- Karate; Kickboxing w/Dougie; 
PRP water ski team; Larry's clean up 
crew; Pine River Pond 4 man tubing 
team (DL, ST + KB) 195 race team. 
QUOTES- "Nobody's home at this 
house"; "Sorry I'm late. Dawn"; "Get 
back into the car — shut the door"-NH 
State Trooper; "Dude"; "When you talk 
about his company, you talk about soci- 
ety." LEAVES- all my detentions to Mr 
Vogler PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS- 
Teaching a karate school and to still be 
in love w/Dawn. 

Jarrod Pbilpod J-Rod 8 Woodbury Dr 
922-1185 MEMORABLE EVENTS- 
Niles Flanders IITH grade English 
Class; 9TH Grade music trip; Linda's 
question song!; Trips to the mall with 
RC; Sunday River ski trip lOTH grade; 
Fun -I- games with Bob Viel at Bell 
Market- playing wiffle ball in the cellar 
while on the clock!; Summer before 
freshman year at Roy's with the Odd 
Squad. Missy's house w/MD. CB. SC. 
JR, JW, Becky, Beth; Roy's house 
w/SG, RH, MR, JR, SG2. TA. BL, 
SM; Upton w/ JH, SM, RH, TA, JR. 
ACTIVITIES- Band 9-12; Jazz Band 
1 1-12; Marching Band 9-12; BHS Radio 
Show 10; Rock ON 9. QUOTES- "Ele- 
phant shoes, olive juice CMB"; "You 
should be there!"; "Are you cereal?"; 
"Come on guys, let me in!"; "She wants 
me!"; "No Guy!"; "Whatever Killer!"; 
"Seriously Dude"; "Hebrew Boy"; 
"SUP"; "Make those cookies PDB"; 
"DSW PDB"; "Listen friend, this is 
what I'm telling you!"; "Have some 
faith, AF the Fridge!" LEAVES- JLP 
with 2 more years, JM to put up with 
TD, JC + AF to beat on freshmen + 
JL, SC -I- JC the infamous trumpet sec- 
tion! One kick ass band! PROPHECY 
IN TEN YEARS- to be out of the air 
force for six years, have a good job and 
be working on getting married. 

Julie PowelUules, JP 4 Conway St 927- 
3965 MEMORABLE EVENTS- Storm 
parties at MC; T or D w/JA. JC, MC; 
Piano Man at JM's; Very late nights w/ 
LLL Crew; How Should we wrap it? 
w/LM, JM. ED. KH. RM, AS; The 
Stampede; Secret Pact + Poem Folder 
w/LM; Undercover Antone w/ LT, 
EW, JB; Aerosmith w/MC, SC, KG, 
AT, TB; Steve Miller; Sunday River 
w/ED, EE, JH; Big Night at Rob's 
w/EF, MC, SC; Wonderful Tonight; 
Sneaking out w/22 Thanx RK; Circle of 
Death and T or Dat AT; Meeting my 
Deb; Lake Weekend NH w/KM, KH. 
MC, AG, DW; Van Crew Night + Mile 
Sprint w/SC;Open flags; 12/31/90 JA; 



Scavenger Hunts w/Dead Head Crew; 
SJP Prom w/JM, EE, RM; Chinese Fir- 
edrills; Reindeer Raid w/KM; Saudi 
Night w/KH. JM. LM; Ultra Glam Boy 
Dates w/KH. EW; Busted at Bracken- 
berry w/KH. SC. EW. KM; Waiting for 
JB w/MR; Cheering Camp "91 ; Boys on 
the Roof!; Lepp>elin Trips w/ Whitey + 
EM; The Backroom; stuntman tricks 
and best times w/RG; Cat Fight at ED; 
The Neverending 7/4/91; Temptation 
Summer w/KM; Toilet Paper Rolls 
w/KH; Plan A in effect w/MC. SC. 
ACTIVITIES- Soccer Cheering 9; JV 
Football Cheering 10; Varsity Football 
Cheering 11. 12; Homeroom President 
9-11; Student Council 9-11; Peer-Edu- 
cation 9-12; Yearbook 12. LLL. 
QUOTES- "Just as long as we're all 
together"; "He's mine and I don't 
share"; "Whitey why am I always 22?"; 
"Kams there is no dark side of the Moon 
really"; "Don't tell me it's 9 o'clock" 
LEAVES- with the guitars playing. The 
best memories of the best of times with 
the best friends. PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS- Raising Baby Bunny Ears on a 
tropical island married to the Dreamer, 
living happily ever after. 

Jill Pierce Littlest, Old Man Pierce, Jill 
E Bear, Jillian 1 Holmes St 927-5204 
MEMORABLE EVENTS- Lighthouse 
w/EE -I- JM; Chinese Festival w/JB + 
KD; Support Group KD's surprise 
15TH; Steve Miller + Eric Clapton in 
'90; Halloween '89; Prom '90; Late night 
phone calls w/AS; Wayne's World; 
Mouse Trap Sem; Choppin Broccoli; 
MC's and JC's parties; RM's week in 
paradise; summer of "91 w/ AS . . . 
Boys?; Alpine Slides w/AS; Nick's w/ 
Black Boots; trampolene; Ding, dong . . . 
COPS!; car crash w/ AS- stupid cat!; X- 
mas tree at Singing; Neil Diamond con- 
certs; Great times w/ JC -I- hopefully 
many more to come!; Undercover cops . 
. . court?; Piano man at JM's; Dinners 
w/ KB, TM, JB, MR + DC; KD's par- 
ty; L Maj; Sally Jean; JT's + Ja's all 
day/night party; winning states in gym- 
nastics '91; ET's w/KD; SB's w/KB + 
KD; Where's Waldo w/ SF, KD, -1- KB; 
The Crash w/BS + CL; Clap! Clap! . . . 
Thank youuu! w/JB; New Year's at JC's 
+ TP's; Kelli's surprise 16TH; 
Floydd's-hot lips. ACTIVITIES- Soft- 
ball 9-12 (capt); Gymnastics 9-12 
(capt); Cheering 9-12; Tough Monkeys 
12; Friday Night Scavenger Hunts 
(BBDB); Powder Puff 12; Volleyball-in- 
ter 9-12; Peer-Ed 9-12; NHS. 
QUOTES- "Oh . . . My . . . God! "; "Uh . 
. . Kay"; "Shmaaash!"; "Hello gooorg!"; 
"Hmm. new notebook . . ."; "What- 
ever"; "Oh Geez!"; "Oh Great!"; "Ump- 
fa!"; "I don't know"; "You guy did wick- 



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el gud!" LEAVES- Scott w/4 long years 
of BHS to go + the gymnastics team to 
once again RULE the conference- 
GOOD LUCK TO BOTH! PROPHE- 
CY IN TEN YEARS- 6 feet tall. 

Neitb Preston Suzy Q 3 Pickett St 927- 
5250 MEMORABLE EVENTS- Kris- 
ten + Amanda a.r.n.f. freshman year + 
the night at Amanda's -I- the mall -h 
Kristen; The Police!; AR + NB; Neon 
Argile Sweaters!!; The play at Gior- 
danos {+ me on the phone to Haver- 
hill); I loved Spain! JP- Sorry about the 
postcard; Jessica Peckham (Peckman)- 
Simon!!; KP. JM, NB, TP, ER, AM, 
GT. SS, EL- JM's B-day -I- mini golf; 
NB- Walk like the Baker!; NB- Jeopar- 
dy!; NB- everything, I'll miss you!; JM- 
"friends?"; Nicole Anne (Anastasia) Jo- 
sie Malilde Sue Backstrome; JP- orange 
life savers from CT!! "They taste like 
CT"; KR's gibberish!?!; AR, Harry's 
gonna send you to jail for the bat; SS, 
DF. EL hot tub!; Sci fair, paid ofP AC- 
TIVITIES- Aegis 11, 12; Amnesty 12; 
Beverly Coalition for Youth 9-12; Lead- 
ers 8-12; French Exchange 12; NHS 1 1, 
12; Peer Education 9-12. QUOTES- to 
BH, SC, NB "The sky's a lovely shade 
of green today! . . . and those purple 
polka dats accent the pink clouds beauti- 
fully."; "Simon Loves You"-JP, HL, 
Me!; SS says "Kool Beans"; "Excuse 
me, but is that a real cake?"-NB. 
LEAVES- My brother, Chris, in Middle 
Schol. KP, JP, SS2, ER, AM, GT, EL, 
CM, JQ, MM etc. etc, etc. (JQ, CM. JB. 
JC etc in Leaders); poor SS to graduate 
alone (sob) and of course, the brat pack. 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS- Nicole 
Backstrome, a history teacher in the 
town of Beverly, will be struggling 
against the seniority of other teachers 
while, on the side, teaching Spanish in 
night schools. Joan Martin will be recov- 
ering from the 2000 Olympics and train- 
ing all of her younger relatives for the 
2002 Olympics. Will have my own wom- 
en's clothing store which will carry mens 
dress socks and crushed velvet jackets. 

Christine Prires Tina, Teen 8 Montser- 
rat Rd 922-3430 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS- All my interesting classes 
w/MC. MG + TS; How about a flash at 
4:30 am?; 6TH period with TM junior 
yr; writing letters to AJ; Camping and 
skiing w/AD; All the real good times 
with Erin; "Love ya babe"; Telling JM 
off, and becoming friends with KC; Se- 
nior proms- BHS '88, '89, "90 + AJ's 
prom '91; Gym with Heather B, fun!!!; 
The F-U wars with SG. ACTIVITIES- 
Stage Right, Band 9, 10 QUOTES- 
Attn: Lewis H "Oh my God!"; "Crazy- 



ness"; "No sa?"; "Guess What? I got a 
letter from AJ"; "Aaauugghhmm!" 
LEAVES- 1 leave thes school, and I will 
never come back! "Good Luck" to all 
those who enter! If I can do it you can do 
it. PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS- I 
will be married to AJ and we will have 
traveled around the world. I will have 
one child and we will be rich. 

Mark Rafter Raf, Rafterbate, Rafter- 
man 21 Giles Ave 922-4827 MEMO- 
RABLE EVENTS- Nov 23 COB; Steve 
Miller w/PK, GH, RK, CK, JJ; Car 
Accident's w/JD, PK, GH; Rolling 
Rock overload's; Ski Trip w/PK, JD, 
TN; Maine w/ TN; Parties at KO 
w/JT, SW, JL; SS party A night. AC- 
TIVITIES- Lacrosse 9; Giles Ave Posse; 
3RD Hill Team; Rolling Rock Crew; 
QUOTES- It doesn't matter if she 
comes, stays, lays or prays and no matter 
what happins your toes are still tappin 
and when you got that you've got the 
attitude; Well Deek, there's you, me + 
the Doc, we're going to need at least a 
Quarter Barrel. LEAVES JW, JJ + CK 
their senior year and Dimond to carry on 
the tradition and for 3 more years of 
higher learning in one of America's fin- 
est institutions. PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS- Workin at Topsfield Fair in 
the side show as the walking carpet. 

Brian Randall Boomer 54 Matthies St 
922-6510 MEMORABLE EVENTS- 
Freshman Basketball Banquet, Salem 
Beverly Games; JC, ES and the B Ball 
team do the snot trot; Magenta live in 
the courtyard; Mike Lynch at BHS pep 
rally; 3 mile run in the rain; BP and the 
Burning Book in B-House. ACTIVI- 
TIES- Basketball 9; Baseball 9-11; Key 
Club 11-12; Ledger 12. QUOTES- 
"Really?"; Live and Let Live"; "That's 
Nice"; "What time is it?"; "Think about 
it" LEAVES- the past in the past 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS- single, 
successful and healthy. 

Ruth Reeres "Static" "RiRi" 1 1 Tyler 
Rd. 927-5088 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: The Nutcracker; My NEW 
YEAR'S party "91" nice car!; The prom 
w/ Syd, my two parties. Surprise! Beat- 
ing Dracut finally! L.N. spraining her 
ankle; G.B.'s house 7/20/91 3:29; Los- 
ing my shoe at third! Bad night! Fresh- 
man gym class: "what the koala bears 
eat!" Doing flips in the graveyard; Me 
and J.B.'s "wandering eye complex" 
"We are trees!" ACTIVITIES: Gym- 
nastics (9-12) J.V. Cheerleading (9-10) 
Amnesty International (9-12) 
QUOTES: "Waka Waka Waka"; 
"Alyssa, if you are my best friend you'll 



give that back to me", "Shut up" 
LEAVES: The gym. team to beat Dra- 
cut once again! Go Joyce! With many 
thanks to mom and dad and Don for 
everything. Thankful for this year and 
looking forward to many more w/ Syd. 

Amy Regan Avne 76 Boyles St. 921- 
2049 MEMORABLE EVENTS: All 
the experiences at Chinese resturants 
with CR. BH, KM, DV, MD. DM.; 
Montreal with BH; Karate with CR; 
Early morning walks with KR; Rides 
with CR, MR, BH,: Long talks with CR, 
MR, JC, MC; Fortuneteller with CR. 
MC, TB: Shaw's with CR; Glouster 
guys; Spills with KR: Tennis with MM. 
GC, AM. HS: Swinging with CR; analy- 
lizing life with CR; All the jokes and 
best of times with CR, MR, BH, JC, 
MC AND MANY MORE TO COME, 
ACTIVITIES: J.V. and Varsity Tennis 
(9-12) Chorus (9-10) Musical (10) 
Stage Right (10) Office Aide (10-11) 
Peer Ed (10) QUOTES: "But of course" 
"You know I do" "Ya know what 1 
mean?" "Colleen wants the kielbasa!" 
"Sara who?" "Go figure!" LEAVES: 
Brother DR for three more years at 
BHS. Also MM, GC, AM, and HS to 
enjoy more tennis with Barney and Sam. 
Thanks mom and dad-I love Ya! 
PROPHECY: I hope to be married to 
the man I love and living in Maine or 
New Hampshire. Also to have had a 
child I love very much. And still close to 
my friends and family. 

Alexander Rehm 43 Abbott St. 927- 
5370 "But I don't want to go mad peo- 
ple" remaked Alice. "Oh you can't help 
that" said the cat. "We're all mad here 
I'm mad, you're mad!" "How do you 
know I'm mad?" "How do you know I'm 
mad?" said Alice. "You must be," said 
the Cat. "or you wouldn't have come 
here" - Lewis Carroll To my family and 
friends, who know who they are: I love 
you all. 

James Reily Doctor 382 Elliot St. 927- 
6789 MEMORABLE EVENTS: Golf 
course Soph Year B.S.. D.S., C.G. 
Denny's Rules in 92. Big House in sum. 
of '91. Mall walks with B.L. Graduating 
Soph year. Jungle Juice Party in 91. 
Deke us xmas tree. Feb. sleep out Sat. 
Ayers with M.R. 7 inverted at 3rd H. 
ACTIVITIES: 3rd Hill Dr. Team. Ain't 
Life Grand (NOT) QUOTES: I am 
what 1 see in my mirror PROPHECY: 
Total chaos will consume this great 
sphere of ours. Japenese will own every- 
thing. Cats and dogs will be living to- 
gether and there will no more rivals in 
Boston Garden. 



Ann Rhoades Ann R. (Key) 12 Rowell 
Avenue MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Seeing "Clash of the Titans" w/ BR 
AND JY. "Suicidal/Queenryche" w/ 
BR, MM. AND JC. "Operation Rock 
and Roll" W/MM BR, And JC. Getting 
lost in East Boston. Summer Skool 9, 10, 
1 1th grade Sitting at the mall w/ MC, 
DK. TL. PG. CM, + RM in 8th!!! 
Wired in Middleton w/ CS. TB, + J. 
ST. ACTIVITIES: Failing every class 
that I've ever taken. I don't really have 
any activities because, whatever it may 
be, it's full of jocks and muffs I don't like 
to associate with them. S.T. QUOTES: 
"As you are, I was .... As I am, you will 
be." "Hey Jen wanna take a shortcut to 
the willows" "Laurel. Laurel" "Echo 
Echo" "Metallica" "Die Yuppie Scum" 
Neeeeeear .... Faaaar! (grover 91) 
"Cool" "Bud . . . eee" I love Brandon 
PROPHECY: I'm gonna be a roadie 
with Matalica. I'll still be working at the 
Mariner, probably me and Brandon will 
be married. S.T. 

Karen Rhodes Kae rae, twinkle 5D Ran- 
toul St. #4115 927-7717 MEMORA- 
BLE EVENTS: Breakfast in NB, 
Denny's w/ Nb, SB, Penn. + Teller 
w/SB SG, -1- DW. Yenon w/ NB, And 
AR, the anti RM conversations w/MB, 
+ CB, The flying shrimp at Nathenials 
w/ DW. RA. WD, KS, JA, the semifor- 
mal w/DW, THE BAT w/SW, McD s 
w/SG ACTIVITIES: Colorguard (9) 
Chorus (10-11) Nickelodeon (10) Skip- 
ping school whatever. Filing for Mr. 
Tanous to get out of detention, (when 
filing didn' work) DETENTION 
QUOTES: geek, moron, hanous whatev- 
er, is this a wait week? Hello! This is o.k. 
dw you're so difficult: D.W. the search is 
over .... finally What's your point? I 
have detention, but Mr. Tanous? .... 
Where's Gordon? LEAVES: With fond 
memories of the days, though few, that I 
spent in school. PROPHECY: I will 
have finally grown up (proof there is a 
god) and I will be back to haunt Mr. 
Maverages. 

Jessica Ricker 4 Munroe St. 922-4898 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Beach w/ 
SM and TM, Softball games with BN. 
Slyboyz with TG, AND EB. Trying to 
get to Salisbury beach with BN, SL, G 
with Alisha. Nights with BN. KS. amd 
MS. Laps with AB, Party with AM, 
AND TG, Concert with DU. Skippen' 
class to sit in T-Bathroom with HB. 
Fireworks with BN. AM. AND MS. 
ACTIVITIES: Office Aide (10) Work 
Study (12) QUOTES: "Hello" "Look- 
Look" "Go for it" "I got my crystal" 
LEAVES: MY past, on with the future!! 



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PROPHECY: Whatever I make of my 
life. 

SbMela Lyn /fi7e/Shaela-la 9 Clark Ave 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Liz and 
Amanda "the Green Trampoline" Kor- 
eena "Bessy" "Rush Concert" with John 
B. and Beasely and Chris Carnevale. 
"Bad Co." with Shawn, Patrick "U2" 
with mom, dad. Auntie Alice. Good 
mornong smiles from Mark R. Christ- 
mas Eve" 1990 with John B. Visits by 
Cliff Duzz and J.J. keeping me laughing 
with Koreena at B.H. overnight stays. 
ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey (9) Soft- 
ball (9) Work Study (12) QUOTES: "5- 
Yo-ho!" "Can I be three-man?" 
"Headlines anyone?" "Things that make 
you go Hmmmmmm!!!!!!! LEAVES I 
leave with the hopes of B.H.S. becoming 
more interesting and I also hope the 
school days become longer!! Ah-ha-ha!! 
PROPHECY: I have no clue?!? What- 
ever it is it will be. 

Rbiaa Ritera Rinse 3 Summer St. 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: The day I 
went camping to Saratoga Springs, New 
York, where I felt the presence of the 
Holy Spirit, while we were singing and 
praising our Mighty God 7/9/91. The 
night that God revealed my ministry to 
me as a missioner. ACTIVITIES: Non- 
scholastic Basketball, work, director of 
Evangelism, work with the church youth 
group, counseling QUOTES: Serve the 
Lord with fear, and rejoice with trem- 
bling. I can do all things thru Christ who 
strengthens me. LEAVES: I leave 
broke, after paying teachers for my ger- 
ades. (ha-ha) PROPHECY: A ministry 
in the area of missionaries in Peru. 
Helping young people and bringing new 
lives to the Lord. 

Mike Rollins "Doogie", "Eddie". "F- 
MAN" 23 Pleasant St. 927-0963 MEM- 
ORABLE EVENTS: Party Memorial 
Day weekend w/BB, JM. DD; Talking 
on the phone w/AR. MS. AR; Watch- 
ing the three stooges every weekend; 
Miniature Golf w/JC, AR; Health 
Tech. w/NF, DL, TC, CF, CD. TB. 
TW, SL, WFG; Cranes Beach w/SL, 
DL. TC, NF. WFG; Trivial Pursuit 
w/AR, DR; Watching HB walk down 
the hall; Driving by HB house w/AR; 
The time pepsi came out of BB's nose; 
BB, do you remember Psycho's mailbox; 
Walking to Elementary School w/JF, 
BB, JM, SB, LR, MC; Knowing BB 
since kindergarten. ACTIVITIES: Of- 
rice Aide (9-1 1 ) QUOTES: "Soitainly", 
"Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk", "Ruf. Ruf, "Stop 
it", "I don't know" LEAVES: DD, JM, 
SB to rule next year. Leaves DR to out- 



smart all his teachers (which he will do) 
PROPHECY: Married with 1 or 2 kids. 
Working at Beverly Hospital as an occu- 
pational therapist. 

Pat Russo "THE ROCK ", Rooster 29 
Garfield Ave. 927-634! ACTIVITIES: 
Freshman Baseball- Co-Capt., MVP 
(9), Varsity Baseball- (10, 11, 12)- Co- 
Capt. (12), Memorey of 1st NEC 
Championship Baseball Team- "1991" 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Punching 
The Brick Wall (Winter of '90) and 
fracturing wrist; The Missions with KB; 
Going to Parties w/ KS MM PK KB; 4- 
wheelin' in TA Subaru; Going out w/ 
MG for a great amount of time, and the 
good times I've had w/ her. QUOTES: 
"Killer", "Come Again", "Dognuls" 
LEAVEiS: My detentions to Mr. Vogler 
and for Dan to finish his senior year in 
the Top 200 people in his class. And for 
MG to have a great year. PROPHECY: 
To be rich and have a Porsche and to 
prove to everyone that didn't believe me, 
"I Told You So." 

MARK SARClOyE Sas 26 South Ter- 
race 927-1245 ACTIVITIES: Freshman 
and JV Soccer (9), Varsity Soccer (10. 
11. 12), Lacrosse, Peer Ed., Key Club, 
Yearbook MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Golf Course w/ JL, Celts w/ES, flat tire 
and no help from 3 cruisers; good times 
w/ AS JP EE ED JM LM EW JM; 
Gymnastics meet w/ DW + SG; 
Stranded at DPYC w/ JL + MH, late 
nights at JG w/ CF; Quarries. AN's w/ 
CF; Ossippee Lake w/ MH ES AG KP 
SR AS; Camp w/ CF; many good times 
with the Boys. Soccer Game at Foxboro 
w/ the Boys; ragtime on TB; Aquarium 
and Red Sox w/ CF; 4WD w/ JC SG JL 
SM; Owl Eyes; Homecoming; Zeppelin 
Lazer Show; UVM; Party at Amy's for 
the Boys; PK vs. Medford; Scavenger 
Hunt w/ girls; packing the wagon; talks 
w/ Amy. Engrid + crew; Thanksgiving 
Dance QUOTES: "Yo what's up with 
that, why is it like that?". "Are you seri- 
ous?", "Coach is an idiot", "Boog. what 
are you doing!" LEAVES: very relieved 
not having to deal w/ double sessions 
anymore. PROPHECY: to be as rich as 
possible 

Seamus Padraic RyanShay. PR AW 55 
Amherst Rd. 927-8519 ACTIVITIES: 
Basketball 9-12. SHAY LA SOUL Rap 
Radio Show. P-RAW, B-ILL, -I- LAT- 
IN PASSION, "Entertainment" at 
Miss BHS Pageant '91 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: 7-2-90 w/ Michelle; Public 
Enemy Concert w/ BG VG BL RK; N. 
Carolina w/ LH; Raggae Sunsplash w/ 
MB BG RK; 3rd Period Dis Party w/ JB 



CO LH CS + JW; 7-2-91 w/ MB; Pine 
Posse w/ JW + RP, Chillin w/ MC; 
Serch w/ CJO in Boston; 9-30-90 Gor- 
don College w/ MB; Dumbball w/ TM 
+ YOSEMITE; New Year's w/ MB, 
Leaders of New School w/ LH TH LD 
BG CS VG; Both Fourths w/ MB, BBD 
w/ MB BG + T?; Providence Pranks 
w/ TM + SL; Side of SL's house w/ 
MB; Fenway Hoop w/ THA BOYZ; 
and all 'da "firsts" with my girl Michelle 
QUOTEiS: "Are you thinking what I'm 
thinking" w/ MB, "Let Go!!!" w/ MB, 
"You guys gotta leave, man"-NY 
Camper to TM + I in their room 
"Gonna hang up now. I Love You" w/ 
MB LEAVES: Forgotten rhymes, Ad- 
dictive Northridge Slang, and all those 
ignorant punks who call me wacked 
"Vanilla" behind. PROPHECY: Rhy- 
min' on a porche in bed-stuy for nickels 



Jonathan Scoglio SK066S 56 North- 
ridge Rd. 921-9128 ACTIVIES: My 
school activities didn't amount to much. 
I tried football my sophomore year and 
found it wasn't we. so I didn't continue 
to play. Now if weather permits I enjoy 
scuba diving in my free time. MEMO- 
RABLE EVENTS: I remember in the 
summer time me and some of my friends 
going to the Rockport or Glouster quar- 
ries to swim. And all the memorable 
card parties, where I won nothing, and 
maybe lost a few dollars. QUOTES: 
"Ask not what your country can do for 
you. but what you can do for your coun- 
try." LEAVES: "I leave nothing to any- 
one, and expect nothing in return." 
PROPHECY: In ten years I plan to be 
well into a career of Architecture or en- 
gineering in the Navy. 



EncSbairs61 Lovett St. 927-4130 AC- 
TIVITIES: Football 9-12. Basketball 9- 
11. Baseball 9-12, Deca, Math Team, 
Lamda Lamda Lamb, Chess Club. Peer 
Education. Private Stock Club. Stage 
Right. Chorus. Unity Coalition MEMO- 
RABLE EVENTS: Desmond. Rocky on 
the 4th; Tank's house; the 3 drunks at 
World's Gym Party; Jessie; Penner 
Rules; THE DOOR!;'The Bristol fishing 
hole; Shane and Sas's camp; GREEN 
DEATH; STINGERS NIGHT ON 
THE KITCHEN FLOOR; Coletti and 
Ted; Ninjas; all the memories I have 
with KD; everybody thanks. QUOTES: 
"Yeah but Heckman's probably lying", 
"Mike's having a party.", "Don't mess 
with Anth!" LEAVERS: Lennie to tend to 
the rabbits. Amy to be followed around 
by MC PROPHECY: To be a nomadic 
wanderer in the Virgin Islands. 



William M. Sbeeban Will 20 Connor 
Rd. 927-2944 ACTIVITIES: Lacrosse, 
Beach Volleyball. Card Games, Hacky 
Sacking, Waterskiing. Women Watch- 
ing, Weightlifting, and the BHS Pound- 
ing Team. Having plain old fun with DS 
DW BG FA SF AD MD CS WC KB 
TA JM AL JD AM AH SL AND SF. 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Partying at 
3rd Hill, West Beach, Greenwood, 3rd 
hole, Nike Site, The Pit, DW's, BG s, 
DS's, SS's, MD s, ED'S, JD's. AL's clos- 
et, AS's, JM's, SG's, MC's, HU's, AD's. 
and My house; Aerosmith; 4th of July; 
and DS and I gone at school; Monte 
Carlo; Sleeping on RD's roof; and chat- 
ting with JF and FA. QUOTES: "Derek 
I didn't drink your JD, so please put 
down the knife!", "Dan make sure your 
camofiage is on!", "Where the hell am 
I?" LEAVES: My bonehead brother to 
carry on my unexpected behavior. I also 
leave a piece of but lint for Mr. Brad- 
ford. PROPHECY: To own a mansion 
with DW JM SF RG and FA. And to be 
so unhealthy that I will only have two 
more years to live. 

Adam C. Simoes Seaman/ Bert 16 Lib- 
erty St. 922-2062 ACTIVITIES: "All- 
nighters" w/ MC, Soccer, Lacrosse. 
Track. Peer Ed. Student Cncle., Third 
Hill Club, Wst. Bch. Ass., Quarry 
Jumping. Cooking Class MEMORA- 
BLE EVENTS: Sng. Bch. winter swim 
underwear; "Simoes tradition" Salem; 
Pzzle w/ GB; Dspting Prom '91; "The 
Wagon" w/ SM GB JL JC RN JW Sas 
SG Boog; Parties at My house; (Ice 
cubes, strmy ngt . BB, sip. ovr., chry. 
bdy rub w/ MC) USA vs Ireland; 
UVM; Carrying Sas off Wst. Bch.; 
Kitchen aft. Wst. Bch.; Wst. Bch. 
DWMS; Soc. Prjct. w/ CF; AS Ivs. MC; 
R I P SM's wagon QUOTES: "Stress- 
ing me out!", "Major Stress", "Brain 
Strain!", "Easy", "I killed ya honey", 
"Sas practice walking", "Padidle . . . Aw 
man, I can break you!", "I wuv you 
too!", "Ditto" LEAVES: Fond memo- 
ries of "doubles", my cousins to there 
senior and sophomore year. PROPHE- 
CY: Married; working as a Physical 
Therapist, Living in a Mansion, tons o' 
money. 

Susana Sinclair Clair, Su-Su 1 5 Kit- 
tredge St. 922-0256 ACTIVITIES: 
Sofiball (9-12), Bball (9-11). NHS. Vol- 
leyball- Alkaseltzer!, movies (I. 2. 3) 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: foliage w/ 
Gil; girls nights; Thks. Giv. jamboree; 
camping (damn horsefiies); LSP sand- 
bar; raccoons; Vanilla Ice; stairdiving; 
SPB's; Steve Miller '91 ; Billy '89; Aliens 
w/ LJ; canoeing; 7 days-7 nights of pure 



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rebellion w/ JK; Paris '89; JNAHBL 
w/ EC + MC; oldies; The Best of Times 
w/ LJ JK DH MC ST LC and LK. 
QUOTES: reih-riehr (schexy), veins 
make me weak, a b, or c?, I love youu . . . 
but I'm not staying here! PROPHECY: 
To reunite w/ the F's and have a bone 
time! 

Amy Skottiecki Skek, Aims, Aids 44 
Ashton St. 922-4158 ACTIVITIES: 
Basketball 9-12, Peer Ed. 9-12. Volley- 
ball 9-12, Student Council, Yearbook 
12, KCC, Tough Monkeys, Fri. Ngt. 
Scavengers, Ski Club w/ KH, Powder 
Puff Football (12). MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: LLL; LM's sweet 16; Eric 
Clapton in the Rain w/ RM; Food Fight 
w/ JM RM AM TM & PW; EE's un 
petite soiree; Big Foot w/ KD & EW; 
KD's frosh yr. WOW! JC & tequilla; 
Boat Dance; Ding! Dong! 5-0!; Jigger 
Johnson LM RM KH & JM; Week in 
Paradise RM's (II); Dates w/ RM & 
SC; Oil Slick- sorry RM! Growing up w/ 
LJ ("Don't make me laugh") Alpine 
slide w/ JP; Nantucket- Bobcat w/ KH; 
Late night rides w/ LM & MC; Mur- 
ray's house; Jill! What are you doin'? 
CRASH!!! Summer of '91 me & JP . . . 
BOYS?! Midnight visitors at my win- 
dow, KM; RW's sleepover w/ Grammy; 
ZZZ Golf Course; BJ at JM's; The As- 
tro; Thanksgiving '90- definitely 15 min! 
The 4th at KB's? And everything else w/ 
my friends! QUOTES: "I'm Rob Base 
and I came to get down", "Pizza! Piz- 
za!", "How should we wrap it?", "Hey 
LT Look how happy we are NOW!", 
"BOYZ!", "Dykini!" LEAVES: The 
school willingly, my friends reluctantly. 
Good Luck Guys, Have fun and stay in 
touch! Good Luck JK and the crew! 
Good Luck Jon! 

Elaine Slocowb 7 Cobblers Ln 922- 
8431 ACTIVITIES: Unity Coalition 
(11-12), Recycling Committee (11-12), 
Greenpeace and Mass. Per. MEMORA- 
BLE EVENTS: Greenwood with AM 
SW JO MT and DF; Hannah School 
with my three favorite people; All the 
lost nights with AM SW & JO; Doing 
my nails; Yatzee games; experiments for 
the hub marker and quests for food at 
AM's house; Deep inner meaning in La- 
Penna's english classes; meaning in Rus- 
sian and Mr. Hammond's history class 
junior year; Buying at Ramano's; Never 
ending day with Lucy and M; continu- 
ously taking things "too seriously" with 
tweedledumb and tweedledumber; 
Lynch Park with SW, and late nights 
with DF. QUOTES: "Jamaica- walk 
like you have a spine.", "I hate men!", 
"Who's pant are these? They aren't 



mine!", "Lana! Help!", "Skye, can Marc 
drive?", "Alisa can you drive?" 
LEAVES: Smoky bathrooms, hall 
passes & stupid teachers to the under- 
classmen. PROPHECY: still looking for 
a decent guy. 

Kristia Smitb Kris 4 Cliff St. 927-8604 
ACTIVITIES: Rabbit hunting, skipping 
Russian w/ TR, wanting to kill MC 
'cause of SP, Living Dangerously, hav- 
ing an edge on life, talking too much and 
loving it! The WHRA Club?! changing 
the subject. MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
getting into car accidents with MC; 
summer 91; Salem w/ TR; lost in New 
Hampshire; the rocks; SC LH TR CW 
JM SP JC RC SG SM TA and me plan- 
ning to kill RA; Lollipop tree in B; w/ 
TR, Pete, Henry, Mark; Bus stop w/ 
Knicki; LL and Bambi; RH SZ MB 
Uva Lamp, TR QUOTES: What? 
How?? Now?? I don't know? Who cares! 
Anyways . . .!, He's sooooo beautiful!!! 
SG LEAVES: all the little pukes, so I 
can conquer the world!! (SC and SC you 
will graduate!) PROPHECY: to be liv- 
ing in a castle in the clouds on top of Mt. 
Everest. 

David Soucy Dave 41 Grant St. 927- 
5023 ACTIVITIES: Hockey and Base- 
ball MEMORABLE EVENTS: Fishing 
and hunting in Canada. QUOTES: Try 
your hardest and you will succeed. 
LEAVES: his bad temper and all his 
friends. PROPHECY: I hope to have a 
good job in cabinet making or carpentry. 

Warren Soulard Obie 7 922-9293 AC- 
TIVITIES: Sciene Lab (9, 10), Science 
Team (10, 12), Math Team (11, 12), 
Stage Right (11, 12), Ledger (12), Ra- 
dio Show (12), Math Tutor Show (11) 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Sat Morn- 
ings w/ CD SG DG; Summer Sessions 
w/ AC NB DG HV; Breakfast provided 
by CD; Summer Reading; Science club 
w/ NB DG CD AC KG; Aerosmith w/ 
NB; Fridays w/ KC GK MW; Friday 
nights w/ KC AP NB; 7/3/90; Mrs. 
Mital's class w/ NB CD; Party at 
Chuck's house; Doing the "Rob" at SG 
House; Danny stole my slippers; Dodg- 
ing Paper Towels; Chinese Food at my 
house w/ NB AP KC; Towing the stars; 
Bungi jumping stuffed animals; Trapped 
in Drama by MD; Grateful Dead w/ 
Jeff 90, 91. QUOTES: Shut up Dave!, 
How's it going!, Rob, eenghh!. Home- 
work, What's Homework?, Hell-o 
McFly!, Derrr!, 28th!!!, Chuckles!, How 
are the wife and kids?. Dude, what's up?. 
It really was indirect, Ned, really!. 
Somebody slap Nieth. LEAVES: Cross- 
word puzzles for Bradford's class. 



PROPHECY: Watching the Dead play 
at my brother's restaurant. 



DEREK Spilmao THE DEEK, 
DEEKA 425 Cabot ST. 927-3287 AC- 
TIVITIES: Hockey Team 9-10 JV, V. 
11-12, Volleyball Champs 11, 3rd Hill 
Poundin'Team 10-12, FRIDAY TEAM 
11-12, Quarry Jumper MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Parties, 1st SS, JD, Soph.; 
PRG JR.; my 3rd JR; Stains TOP 1st, 
1st DOS Sen. 2nd night 3rd, Wallys, JD 
w/ BS BG at BG's, slappers Soph., M's 
soph, semi!, JR THANKSGIVING, 
Whole Nights sea. 7. JD SC V, Bicw's 
KG GB. 1/2 at mine. 4th of July HB, 
KS Peabody, JR FRIDAYS, Sen. 3rd 
FRIDAYS. Steve Miller. Bad Co. 
QUOTES: OH MY EYE!!!, Woody's 
got a bat!. It's all fun & games until you 
loose an eye or limb!. What, I'm late?, I 
doubt it!. You've seen better days!. 
Scram kid ya bug me!. Just one more! 
LEAVES: Spilmanism, the language 
and followers there of. Someone else to 
follow the tradition of excessive tardi- 
ness. My cousin to follow my lead next 
year. Mr. Bradford a clue! Empty spaces 
for those whom I forgot. PROPHECY: 
To be successful at whatever I do in life, 
especially with the one perfect 10 in this 
world. My sister will graduate but not 
before becoming housemaster due to se- 
niority. 



Tracy Stephens Tra, Trac, the Hair 32 
Livingstone Ave. 921-0350 ACTIVI- 
TIES: Powder Puff Football (12) 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Good times 
w/ the "Posse"- VJW TM IE PM SM 
TS MM BC N (Barney) F MM JG JW; 
Party-moblie; late night visits at North- 
ridge; the "White Room" w/ VJW; '91 
at the Willows; parties at lE's beach; 
water-skiing w/ MM IE; Cafeteria w/ 
RG; Happy Homeroom!; TM and the 
peacock; party at RS w/ TM; Mad 
Maggies (and dumpster); Ossopie w/ IE 
PM MM; Freshman and Senior Year w/ 
VJW; many more events to come! 
QUOTES: Cool jelly beans!; no, that's 
not the closet; that's my homeroom!; 
Yeah right!; Whatever; Hey Chic, 
what's up?; Cool; Bang!; Yo, Homey, 
'sup man?; Hey Babe!; word!; Not! 
LEAVES: Reminence of hair spray and 
"smiles", but I'm taking all of my mem- 
ories to make room for all of the under- 
classmen memories. Good luck to every- 
one and many thanx! PROPHECY: I'm 
not exactly sure where I will be in ten 
years. Rich and famous-perhaps! Mar- 
ried . . . with children-perhaps! But I will 
most likely still have big hair! 



Heather Stringer Fric, Heath, Heath- 
bar 4 Old Salem Path, Magnolia 525- 
3489 ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey (9), 
Ledger (10-12), Yearbook (12) MEM- 
ORABLE EVENTS: Summer of '89, 
12/25/89, 7/25/89. Sweet 16?!. NY 
w/SL. The Rocks. Kiss Concert. Good 
times w/ LC SL BT JP CV DC SP. 
Wanna Leave?-Let's go! Getting caught 
in a cemetery sneaking back in w/ LC 
CV. Driving BT's car to Baybank . . then 
into a pole. Lunch w/ LC SL, To every- 
one that was there- "more than words" 
is all I can say. "Right here wailing" 
from day 1. To my best friend U know 
who U R. Henry! Cookie! "Around the 
way girl" QUOTES: "H-Yup!" "Neat!" 
"Baybee" "Wanna watch a movie?" 
Hey JP how are you blue b»??s!? All set 
Fred? "Excuse me girls is there a prob- 
lem?" "was that a girl?" "Jesus Cheese- 
cake w/ Strawberries" "Hey LC, and 
we're not too siked we're seniors? 
LEAVES: The office a little emptier for 
those who really cause trouble, and my 
mark on many a desk- I Love BT 
PROPHECY: Talking over for Barbara 
Walters on 20/20- still "cuddling" w/ 
BT. 

Jennifer Sullivan Mouth 36 Giles Ave. 
927-0247 ACTIVITIES: Soccer (9), 
Softball (9). drama (9. 10). Student 
Government (12). powder puff MEMO- 
RABLE EVENTS: TK's house w/ LP 
CS MT. Sleepover at JS's w/ LP RP DP 
DF KM BM CS AS SR. Winter Island 
w/ LP CS. The Willows w/ JC LP DP 
DF CS MT. Driving w/ TK always an 
accident. "No Strings Attached" epi- 
sode w/ DF CS JC LP DP PM TK & 
friends. Rockathon w/ DP DF BM LP 
CS KM II TK AB FC Lunch w/ EL 
NG BN KB. 'Between the churches" 
w/ LP. QUOTES: "Agh". "Get out of 
my face". "It's too early for school", 
"Attractive", "Has anyone seen my 
keys?", "Something's wrong with this 
picture" LEAVES: First, second, and 
third period free, my brother to roam 
the halls of BHS-finally. PROPHECY: 
Somewhere in New Hampshire or 
Maine- still having the time of my life. 

Ryan M. Sutton Schoopy, Digger 4 
Woodberry St. 922-2299 ACTIVITIES: 
Captain Golf 1 2. Varsity Golf 9- 1 2. La- 
crosse 9, 10. Varsity Lacrosse 11. 12, 
Member of Smash Brothers tag team, 
mini-golf champions at Vic's on 114, 
President of Red Rocket Fan Club 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Riding the 
coaster at Riverside w/ Beach Boys, 
Hanging w/ the 5th hole crew at KCC, 
Roaching w/ MG at Skynyd, Riding the 
waves at Water Country w/ the boys. 



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Homecoming w/ Rac, Hanging w/ the 
Guards at KCC, Eating raw cheeseburg- 
ers at Pier 8 w/ RM, AS, Annual Golf 
Cart Regatta w/ Mac, Skins at Vies on 
114, Cruising the strip in the Jetta w/ 
DT, Men. Marathon Golf w/ BC MP 
DT QUOTES: "In a dog eat dog world 
I'm wearing milkbone underwear" 
"Touch it" "I just want to be loved is 
that so wrong" "You know you do it 
everybody does" "If I only had a brain" 
LEAVES: To take on the world, one at a 
time PROPHECY: To be top of the 
world, or the bottom, it depends on how 
you look at it. 

Cbris Syhaaowicz Polock, Silva ? 922- 
2465 ACTIVITIES: Football (9), Wres- 
tling (10), Lounging (11, 12) MEMO- 
RABLE EVENTS: Hampton Beach 
with LH TG BG MF, The Rocks w/ the 
Boyz. The Golf Course w / the Boyz. The 
Oktoberfest w/ EE MD ST. Roller Pal- 
ace Parking lot w/ LH TG, Wow. Huh 
Guys! And just about every night with 
everyone! The church with someone spe- 
cial. And all those Jelly Rolls!!!! 
QUOTES: What? Easy! I'll Bet! "If 
you're nowhere at least you're some- 
where" LEAVES: My brain, and all of 
the fun for my sister. PROPHECY: Sit- 
ting on my yacht down in the Bahamas 
drinking Pina coladas, listening to Reg- 
gea doing what I always would do! 

Kris Szczecbowicz Faucet, Scuvy, 
Slruvy 12 Marion Ave, 922-5816 AC- 
TIVITIES: 10-11 JV Hockey; 11-12 
Varsity Golf NEC champs '90, future 
'91: throwing parties galore. Surviving 
four years without dying but almost kill- 
ing someone. Laying out in the sun all 
summer. Scoping out the chics, but 
didn't get the one I wanted because she 
wasn't there. Improving my tolerance 
each weekend. MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Almost blowing Odie's head 
off. (Sorry); Parties at Uncle Sam's 
house. 9th Grade Ski Trip on New 
Years w/ Odie, Heck, Cath, Jenn, 
Adam Best times with Odie all 4 yrs. 
(Friends till the end) Listening to Russo 
through his yrs. of trouble. Odie's toilet 
Bowl. Ski Trips with Kas. (His big wipe- 
out) Passing out in Mom's car while 
Mike M. or Mike C. drives. Several oth- 
er events but my mind is gone. Last, Sr. 
year being good friends with Patty F. 
I'm sorry it wasn't more. QUOTES: 
"Get a job." LEAVES: I leave all my 
naughty toys to Mr. Vogler. I leave a 
new pair of Baley's to Mr. Mavragis. 
PROPHECY: In ten years I hope to be 
a successful man with a pretty wife + a 
Porsche, but I'll probably be knee deep 
in Dung. 



Andrew W Taylor Drew. Capp MEMO- 
RABLE EVENTS: Meeting Tracy Dill 
in history class. Mr. Gross is not always 
write! The B. All the summer vacations. 
Tracy & I in Florida! Watching Bill & 
Jimmy! QUOATES: "Life is like a 
Domino's pizza . . . you live the best part 
in 30 minutes or less." LEAVES: My 
father, I'll always be thinking of him. 1 
miss him and I love him! PROPHECY 
IN TEN YEARS: Hopefully still alive. 

Keitb Tersolo96 Preston Place MEM- 
ORABLE EVENTS: The exploding 
pumpkins w/NM, MH, RW, JA, 
Scoops w/ RW, NM, PW, TM, The 
door w/ DT, KT, RW, ES, MC, MM, 
MD, AG, Walking on the highway 
w/NM, BMX bandits. Let's save K.T, 
Who's car is this anyway? All good 
times w/SF! I think your going too fast 
EF, DT slippery tires. Rain shower 
w/SF, Weylus w/SF, ES, KD, Walking 
home w/RW through Salem! ACTIVI- 
TIES: Lacrosse (9-12) Capt, Hockey 
(10-12), Peer Ed (9-12), Rocket Science 
(12), AP Pottery and sculpting (12) 
QUOATES: "Did you see that?" 
"Bradbo" "Don't sing!" LEAVES: Are 
on trees. PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS: I will be working on the U-238 
Breeder Reacter to be used on the moon 
as a source of energy. 

Kerin Tersolo 96 Preston Place 922- 
681 1 MEMORABLE EVENTS: Up at 
NH w/NM. KJT. Riding w/ the ban- 
dits, at the door w/ KJT. NM, DT. MC, 
MD, MM, & AG. I think there's a stop 
sign RW. KJT and MM. help! SAB 
skating w/DT. NM.. KJT ACTIVI- 
TIES: Lacrosse Team Debating Club. 
Chess Team, Drama Club. MVP of the 
band and chorus QUOATES: "Is DT in 
a good mood?" "NM is an idiot" 
LEAVES: The best times with MB 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: Being 
the best boards game player that I can. 

Mary Tberiault 5 Hardy St. 555-6121 
MEMORABLE EVENTS: Meeting my 
future husband. June 12, 1991 I love you 
Jesse, forever ACTIVITIES: Spending 
the weekend in Peabody, sleeping. 
QUOATES: Finally, I'm getting outta 
here, see ya love always Jo Ho, Jo Mo 
PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: I will 
be married, living in Jamaica with my 
boyfriend. 

Lysa Tborntoit Lyse, LT 24 Belmont St. 
927-1502 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
6/20/89. THE SALON, Haiku w/MN, 
Peeking Potatoes w/LT, Memorial Day 
week-end '89 w/AA, ER, RG, MN, 
Semi-formal '90 & McDonald's w/MN, 



April Trip '89, Prom '90 w/MN, Ocean 
Wood and Back Again, Brushing MN's 
teeth, 8/31/90, Sitting by the kitchen 
w/MN, Undercover Antone w/JB, EW, 
JP, Study Groups w/JP, JB, JA, 2 Bad 
w/KC, Car Accident w/MN, Sunday 
Rendez-vous' w/MN, Ed's gold coin, 
Westfield visits. Scavenger Hunts 
w/ST, SS, AB, Brushing MN's teeth 
and Everything else with him. ACTIVI- 
TIES: Varsity Soccer Cheering (9). JV 
Football Cheering (10), V Hockey 
Cheering (12), Hmrm Pres. (9-12), Peer 
Ed. (9-12), Yearbook (12), NHS (11, 
12), Amnesty Int. (10, 11) Key Club 
(10-12), Stage Right (10. 12). FBC Fel- 
lowship (9-12) Allagash (9-12). Girl's 
State (1 1 ) QUOTES: "Bonus!" "RR, no 
matter how many Kudos Bars you eat, 
you'll never be Y.O." "Hey guys, look 
how happy we are!" "Hold on to 16 as 
long as you can!" Mike, what can I say, 
you are my best friend and I LOVE 
YOU! LEAVES: EM, AH. LF, CO, 
Aquaman, GT and BT with more years 
to go. PROPHECY IN TEN YEARS: 
Right here waiting for him. 

Steren T. Tobey Sie\e 17 Williams St 
922-8049 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Endicott w/JK, KL, SM. Guitar at free. 
All the people at 4th free. Yogurt at 4th, 
1st physchology. Straighten up my 
friends. Youth group. Royus camaro. 
Hangin at Texaco. Shavin my head! 
(only on the sides) Band trip to Virginia. 
ACTIVITIES: Drumming, sleeping not 
much, working, playing as hard as Iran. 
Cruisin, blowin engines, Playin clubs 
w/my band! Being like a rock star! 
Drumming, sleeping. Pickin up chicks. 
QUOTES: "I'm huge! You are puny." 
"Look at my biceps" "Whats hapnen?" 
"Did you rip?" "How about you?" "I 
have no friends my friend!" LEAVES: 
Hall monitors, closed campus, Mr. Mav 

you know! PROPHECY IN TEN 

YEARS: Starling studio drummer ca- 
reer. Also be doing studio engineering 
for a large production company. Also 
have a family. 

Amanda Toronto Tamara 99 Baker 
Ave. 508-927-7480 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: 4-H w/LJ. Mallet Hell 
w/SG, AW, LF. Killer Buttkiss. West- 
port w/AK, JB, KC, AG. SC. TC. B- 
52's w/MW, TH. DM w/MW, TB. Def 
Leppard w/2MW. Branford Marsalis 
w/MR. Ledger Madness!! The Times at 
12 am - AK, JB, JD, KC. AG, MR and 
Therest, Cardigas '89 w/LJ. SG, Cardi- 
gas '91 w/SG, TB, JC, AG, MR. John 
Travolta Fest 90-91. The two incompe- 
tents . . . Mandela. Bee Gee's Mania. 
Camping w/LJ '86, '89. Slugging w/TB. 



Rooms from hell. Prom w/MR. AC- 
TIVITIES: Key Club (10-12) Pres. 11. 
Swim Team 9-12, Tri-Capt. 12. Tennis 
(11-12) Ledger (9-12) Photo Ed. Fea- 
tures Ed. Editorials Direct. Amnesty 
Int'l. Aegis (10-12) Prose Ed. 12 NHS 
(11-12). Transcendental Club. John 
Travolta/Bee Gee's Fan Club. Band (9- 
12) Swim Team, Cheerleader-. Surprise 
Party, yeah! 150 movies NC w/TB. 
Sambo! SNL forever w/CB, MO, CP. 
JC. TB. SG. BF. Sciences w/ss. Coping. 
Russia w/TB, AW, JP. BA. KO. 
QUOTES: "Run like the wind." "My 
name is not Tamara!" "Isso wee-yad" 
"The toast is burning!" "That's very 
transcendental." "Even the mailman 
confuses us." "Lounge lizard." "She's 
my favorite." PROPHECY IN TEN 
YEARS: Still going to school trying to 
figure out whaat to do. staring at a blank 
piece of paper waiting for inspiration. 

Dat Troung Datsook MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: The Door w/KT, KT, NM, 
RW. ES. MC. MD. AG. MM. Reed's 
pool, getting sick and getting burned 
with a cigar by NM. Slippery Highway 
w/KT, KT, Greenwook, five amigo 
nights. SAB at Onion Riveer ACTIVI- 
TIES: Lacrosse, MVP award for JV (9- 
12) QUOTES: "What's up!" "I don't 
care, I'm tired." 

Stacy Tucker Tuck, Trucka 29 James 
St. 927-1646 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: 12-12-89 BJ. Movies w/LK. 
LC, SS, DH, LJ, DL, MC. 7-25-91 SM. 
NH Adv. w/MC, DH. LK. GS w/DL. 
DITH at LC. 7-4-91 w/KB. WF w/LT. 
1st time at TF w/LK. ITR w/DL. 
$115.20 w/CO. A-thon w/LK, DL. 
BERTHA. WN in B. 3 pes of 6. Cognito 
in MC. WNBL w/KB, Dl, CO. DM at 
PV w/K, D, C. BN to RB -I- MLN. 
Lost w/LT, AB, SS. 10-23-90. CT by Cs 
at 3h. ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey (9- 
12) Softball (9-11) QUOTES: "The 
thing is . . . right!" "It's allowed" "Obvi- 
ously" "Should we just rent the movie 
now?" "Can we have fun tonite?" "I 
don't need responsiblity, I need a ?!*" 
LEAVES: KT to enter HS in '92. 

Caroline Vasile Carol-Anne 38 Trask 
St. 927-2707 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Hang'n on Corner w/NG, 
MB Gang. Cherry Hill w/MH. DF 
-I- SS. Summer of '89 w/HS. Junior 
year w/NM. Florida Trip w/DF. July 4. 
'90 w/DF + BS. Thanksgiving '90 + 
memorable times w/CJ. Hey Stubs! 
Jumped in "G" Corridor. Competition 
night '90. Carol-Anne + April. Ground- 
ed for life. Is it gonna ever end? What a 
bunch of Hooligans! BS + LE. July 4, 



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•91 w/LE, PP. JS, Let's call Ken! JM + 
BD. DG Quaries w/AF. Hamten '91 
w/DG. PP, MD + NM. Playing Dress 
up w/PP, NM + DG. Late night swim 
w/AF, AG + MC. Draggen out by Dad. 
Late nights w/MC + Hurricane w/LE. 
Where is my Pool ladder? Rolling away 
to party w/LE, BS, JR, + DF. Jam'n 
meatloaf w/DF. Chucks w/JG, AF, KK 
+ CE. Donutt Jam'n w/JM. ACTIVI- 
TIES: JV + Varsity Football Cheerlea- 
deer. Freshman + Sophmore office aid. 
JV Basketball. Cruising in convertible 
w/Gang. Scoop'n on the guys! 
QUOTES: "What's going on tonight?" 
"I have to take a s — t!" "Ralph" "Hey 
Buck-o!" LEAVES: A memorable 4 yrs 
to everyone who goes to Beverly High. 
Thanxs for all your support! See-yeah! 
PROPHECY: Rich + famous, living in 
ankother country, single, owning all 
credit cards. 

Enc Wnde Wade-Roe 46 Herrick St 
927-6497 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Study Hall and free periods w/DH (el- 
bows). Running against MV. Meeting 
and being w/RK. All the years w/CK + 
KK + JM. Being hurt on Conference 
All Star team for track 4x110 relay. 
Winning NEC titles in soccer and track- 
you guys are great. Thanks to all the 
girls in school for having great smiles. 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 9-12 Winter 
Track 10-12 Spring Track 10-12 
QUOTES: "Reggie Rules" "I don't 
shovel sh't" "Don't make fun of the pur- 
ple calculator" LEAVES: JW, KK, BK 
to stumble over hmwrk for a while long- 
er. Also MV -t- GA to break some re- 
cords. PROPHECY: To become a cop 
so I can arrest all of you on DWI 
charges. 

Bonaie Waisaaea 22 Sylvan Rd 922- 
6185 MEMORABLE EVENTS: Late 
nights w/BG, HL, SD, TJ. Swans at 
3am. Wonderful Friday nights w/JP, 
SP, BG, CL, and whoever else. Fukowee 
Island w/JP, BG, CL, JB + MW. Tops- 
field Fair '90. Camping in Maine in '90 
w/SL, NC, DG and everyone. SL's New 
Years Eve Party '89. QUOTES: "Que- 
•pasa?" "What homework??" "Chill 
out!!" "Quiet you, I'm sleeping!" 
LEAVES: Behing me 4 beautiful years 
of academic excellence that shall be 
treasured for years to come. PROPHE- 
CY: Married to Axl Rose, And living a 
life that's just one endless party!" 

Daaiel Wallace V/ My 907 Hale St 927- 
6799 MEMORABLE EVENTS: Good 
times w/BS, BG, DS, AD, MS, SG, AS, 
PK, MD, SS, SF, TG, CS, GH, MM, 
HV, MW, TF, GS, JM, CO, RG and 
Turtle, up third. The very best of times 
w/JG at Sas's. Trampeling w/MS, JG, 



CF & AS. Seasonal Festivities w/JG. 
Pumpkins-n-Pies. West Beach w/every- 
body. Touring w/the boys. ACTIVI- 
TIES: Volleyball Team Champs, Base- 
ball 9-12, Pit Pond Hockey, Hockey 
10-12 QUOTES: "Party at Sas's you 
staying?" "She's stacked" "Gut any 
money" "Jenn can we go get some subs" 
LEAVES: The whole school for my little 
sister to take over PROPHECY: Big 
reunion at third. BG, FA & BS following 
Dead cross country. JG a millionaire in 
NYC. 

Alisa Wallis Red, Loggy 28 Hull Street 
927-2997 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
"My Bag" (or just the lock) w/LB, SW 
and others. That green blanket and roll- 
ing w/LB + BF. Contract w/JW and 
her yellow bag. LSAL Posse. All the 
concerts. Kevin + Kevin. Halloween 
'90. Florida '91 w/Baldy. "Chris Ru- 
dolph". Party's at Andy's. My buddy 
Bob. New Years '91 w/LB, John and 
the bird, DW's incredible leap. Singing 
in the rain, 7/4/91 w/LB + Dick, JW 
+ me in Marthas Vineyard w/LH and 
the Rocker, Blindfolded w/Crash and 
others. Lake Place w/Skatie, Crusty, El- 
vis, Addie, George + the God, Party at 
grandpas w/no heat. All the stuff 
w/TW, the parties, lost keys, the beach, 
prom '91, being lost and all the memo- 
ries. All the talks and some good party- 
ing w/MM, Death rides w/LB, cab driv- 
er + also BC, Bad luck w/animals. 
West Beach extravaganza w/LB, JW + 
BC. Silent laughter and spots on the 
Hoor, ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey (9- 
11) Ice Skating (4-eva) Russian Ex- 
change, nature hikes + partying 
QUOTES: "It's party time!" "Cool 
Beans" "Babes" "Be friends w/me" "30 
points" "Charlie" "Der George" "Atti- 
tude" "Old MacDonald (breathe)" 
"Walk in the street" "I'm illiterate" 
"Palm trees" "re-re" "aquaboggen" 
"LaLa" "Look how far away you are!" 
LEAVES: JW w/1 more year and no 
ride to school and DW to become a 
hockey star, PROPHECY: In Florida 
w/Baldy to find those twins and not do- 
ing WW! 

Michelle Ward Shell 11 Pierce Ave 
921-4929 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Going to Quincy Market w/Ms, An- 
dretta and my friends from her class, 
ACTIVITIES: Tennis (9) Deca Pro- 
gram, Assistant Manager School Store 
QUOTES: "Live, Love, Laugh and be 
happy" LEAVES: I leave my attitude to 
Ms, Andretta, who I thank for putting 
up w/me, PROPHECY: I would like to 
be a RN working in a nursing home, 

Skye H^Aeefer NICKNAME: Skyeface, 
Cielle 2 Ober Lane 922-2076 MEMO- 



RABLE EVENTS; Lucy & Lana 
w/Myke at the house, Concotion #1 & 
#2, Champagne Showers at Utopia, 
Wandering, Elaine and Voodoo dolls. 
Greenwoods and West EVERYN- 
IGHT! Lucy & Una w/Marc & Myke 
at Agawam-Angels in hell, Tracy S 
w/Sherry & Pancake Tennis, Andrews 
house w/Dick. Front Lawn track stars- 
McDougal, Body Slamming Seals, 
Myke's car, directions JM, JB & Crew 
Prom "91. ACTIVITIES: Track in the 
form of Winter, Spring, a tiny bit of XC. 
Field Hockey, Hanging out. (especially 
w/losers, and their families) Being Hos- 
tile, having PMS constantly and hating 
every sport-like second in track but still 
doing it, working at BBH w/ES & Chris 
H, And of course Jungle Jim Antics 
w/our Band at GW, QUOTES: "Una 
you've changed!" "Well it didn't change 
color!" "Oh my God, some one forgot to 
give you ankles" "Jogging, just jogging" 
LEAVES: My incredible sense of direc- 
tion, "Little" Derryk & Ynot, PROPH- 
ECY: Struggling writer in an insane asy- 
lum, 

Veraoa Williams B,V, 126 Northridge 
Rd 922-6488 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Party at AS w/MS, JL. SM, 
GB, AM, RN, MC, JC, AM, JP, EE, 
RM RG's w/RN, MM, SM, LH, LJ, 
CB, MC, PR, LC, White room w/TS, 3- 
Hill w/LD, CG, CB's w/CB, AF, AD, 
JL, SD, JT, GM, LJ, JM, MG, Denny's 
w/KAS, JJ, GH, MR. All the gymnas- 
tics w/PK, MM, TA, JJ, PR. Pictionary 
w/JJ, CB, LC, MC, LT, TH, JQ, SS, 
Cruise w/the Posse, Rolling Rock 
w/CS, MM, GH, KB, VB-Champions a 
WB w/PK, DW, PO, Clubing w/EE, 
CM, LS, DH, RN, CA, ACTIVITIES: 
Soccer (varsity 9-12) Track (varsity 9, 
11,12) Basketball (JV 10) Audio Visual 
(9, 10) Key Club, Peaknuckle Club, 
Peer Ed, QUOTES: "I'll bet" "Sir" "I 
mean" "What's goin on" "B,E,T. Wa- 
gen" "We'll get them at the bowl" 
"Miss" "Right" "Sweet" "Usy" "Mon- 
keyoil" "50% 50%" LEAVES: Leaves 
Jeff Jellerson w/1 more year of hell and 
Chris Kersker w/Althea Downing, 
PROPHECY: To be rich and famous 
living in a big house w/1 kid named 
Xavier and a gorgous wife w/long legs in 
Europe! 

Reed WortbenAA Ober St/ 259 Essex St 
927-6295/ 927-6638 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Bristol, NH w/MC, ES & 
AG, Door nights w/DT, KJT, KCT, 
NM, MC, AG, ES, JA, Scoops raid 
w/NM, KJT, PW, TM, New Years at 
MC, Weirs Beach w/ES, MC, AG. U- 
bor Day ('90) w/DT, KJT, KCT, NM, 
w/KJT trying to find phone from EE 
house- ending up in Salem, water slide at 



AS ACTIVITIES: Varsity Hockey (9- 
12) Varsity Lacrosse (10-12) QUOTES: 
"Hey Kev, you alright?" "Keith, where 
are we?" "NM, get out of the bushes" 
LEAVES: Molly & Midget for fun at 
HS, 

Matt Wriggeas Matt 16 Elnew Ave 
922-7847 MEMORABLE EVENTS: 
Rorida April '91 w/Hank & Fezz, Loon 
w/Dido & Gelinas, Do Not Enter. Par- 
ents gone March 1-10, 1991. Sam & 
Dido 151. Tennis Spring '9 1 . Skiing Eas- 
ter Day '91. Hank scores. Niel Young. 
Steve Miller. Friendly's, $500 in 
eyewear '91, All those good times 1 had 
that I don't remember now, thanx to mis 
amigos, ACTIVITIES: Tennis Team 
#1, Doing many bags of laundry. Clique 
watcher, QUOTES: "Look at the pic- 
ture quality" "pseudo" "I don't care" 
"Erin are they at the playground" "Will 
I was bom back in 1973" "Where's my 
wallet" LEAVES: BHS happy, and 
w/many good friends I made along the 
way. My brain seems bruised w/numb 
surprise (JM) It's over, PROPHECY: 
CEO of a major financial corporation on 
Wall Street, 

Jea Vescalis PooPoo, NeJ, Mooch 339 
Cabot St 927-1340 MEMORABLE 
EVENTS: Fire in the camera room! Mr. 
Tarr never ran so fast in his life! Cherry 
Hill, Mary's, blue peace signs, Mr, B- 
busted at the wall w/JC, NP. & CO, 
Cruisin w/MM, Pink Castles w/every- 
body, getting lost w/MM & JC, Partyin 
w/NP, MK, MB, RC, MV, JC, & MM, 
Uurel, Laurel, Laurel, Echo, Echo . , ,, 
Hangin out in trade bathroom, ACTIV- 
ITIES: Print shop 10-12 TRAYD 
SCOOL numba 1! QUOTES: "Neer, 
and Faaar!" Grover '91 "It must be 
these pants. Colleen!" "Chicken livers 
live forever! In your local grocer's freez- 
er!" "Haunted!" "I killed the LOJ- 
QAK!" "L-L-L-Lick me!" "Cry! " 
LEAVES: Stubs in the trade bathroom, 
Waggu Veztay on Roy! PROPHECY: 
I'll probaly be living in my own apart- 
ment, single w/no kids and a lame job. 
but I'll be partyin' on! 

Stefaaie Ztr/c/rer Steffie 15 Folger Ave 
922-4304 MEMORABLE EVENTS 
Being crazy, space, coming back, real 
friends RH. SG, SM, MC, JP, ST, KR, 
AQ, CB, KS- hanging at Roy's, Best 
friend RC, sister Stacey, Growing-be- 
coming me, ACTIVITIES: Stage Right, 
right? Me a singer? Peer ed,, dodging 
Ms, A,, workin till I drop, stayin out of 
it, I'm not getting involved! Sunday 
night hockey. QUOTES: "Ow Robyn 
pinched me" "Who's going to Mag- 
gies?" LEAVES: AQ & SG again. 
PROPHECY: To be successful and hap- 
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Yearbook 

The 1992 issue of the 
BeverJega has taken 
a large step towards 
the Wild Side! 
Between adding new 
sections like Student 
Life and Academics, 
and adding write-ups 
for the Sports and 
Clubs Sections, this 
has been a trying, yet 
successful year. With 
much help from Saul 
Gross, Robert 
Vogler, Josten 
Representative, Tom 
Keeley, and a great 
staff, it was made 
possible for the 
yearbook to be 
enjoyed by all! 




Row 1 (I to r): (Editors): K. Dandreo. S. Feldmann, S. Waterman. J. Buchman Row 2: L. Faulkner, L. Thornton, J. Powell 
McDermott, L. Neitzel, C. Miranda, N. Barrett, K. Russo, A. Skoniecki, K. Brundage, Row 3: J. Martin, P. Chung, C. 
Chanthasiri, K. Panunzio, R. Conley, L. Cooney, A. Wallis. M. Cormier. R. Motl Row 4: K. Huston, E. Dawson, J. Murra\ 
Cushing, J. Warner, M. Bussone, D. Freedland, M. Mungovan, D. Almonte, Row 5: J. McGrevy-Gilmore, S. Melei, G. 
Buttrick, K. McLaughlin, M. Christie, A. Simoes, M. McGrevy-Gilmore 




Ledger 



Beverly High 
School's newspaper. 
The Ledger, reports 
on all activities at 
BHS, whether it be 
news, sports, or 
entertainment. All 
articles, photos, and 
cartoons are 
submitted by students 
on a monthly basis. 
The newspaper is 
edited and layed-out 
by Ledger editors, 
and is published at 
the Beverly Times. 



Row 1 (I to r): (Editors): J. Dupont. K. Carr. A. Knott. A. Toronto, J. Berman Row 2: I. Hart, A. Battis, S. Gilbert. J. 
Munroe, S. Scholz Row 3: M. Ciampa, S. O'Connell, R. Astyk, D. Almonte, C. Clanlon, L. White, K. McArdle Row 4: J. 
Kenna, D. Regan, E. Cooper, K. Newhall, L. Faulkner, J. Ciampa, B. Laberis, M. Mungovan, S. Schlossberg Row 5: B. 
Randall, W. Soulard, C. Miranda, K. O'Neill, M. Haviland, J. Govern, S. O'Connell, K. Russo, J. Carlow, S. McGrath Row 6: 
A. Rehm, B. Guerrette, M. Boylan, D. Gerstenhaber 



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Aegis 



The Aegis is the 
Beverly High School 
literary magazine. 
Published twice a year 
in the print shop in 
Patten Wing, it includes 
the original poetry, 
prose, artwork, and 
photography of the 
students at BHS. It 
began in the early 
1900's as a combination 
newspaper/magazine, 
and has evolved into a 
creative outlet of the 
school. The Aegis is 
always looking for new 
staff members and the 
original work of all 
students. 



Row I (1 to r): (Editors): K. Carr Row 2: (Editors): T. Battis, L. Jones, N. Preston, S. McGralh, A. Toronto, 
I. Hart Row 3: B. Majczak, S. Wheeler, K. Panunzio, S. Schlossberg Row 4: C. Miranda, K. O'Neill, J. 
Govern, S. O'Connell, J. Allshuler, C. Chanthasiri, P. Chung 



N.H.S. 




NHS consists of 
students portraying 
Service, Leadership, 
and Scholarship. A 3.4 
cumulative grade point 
average is required. The 
students participate in 
many community 
service projects 
including: running the 
Blood Drive twice a 
year, selling Candy 
Grams and carnations 
during the holiday 
seasons to help raise 
funds for the Homeless 
of Beverly, and 
encouraging 
participation in outside 
activities such as the 
Good Friday Walk. 
NHS is led by English 
teacher, Joyce Porier. 



Row I (1 to r); (Officers): L. Jones, A. Knott. J. Carlow, T. Battis Row 2: H. Urbain. S. Gushing. K. Holloran. G. Lloyd, S 
Wheeler, C. Chanthasiri. S. Grimes Row 3: K. Brundage, N. Murray, L. Baldassarre, T. Hennessy, K. Carr. C. Miranda. R. 
Gonzalez, N. Preston, M. Casey, B. Clark Row 4: J. Landman. M. Cormier, R. Mott. K. Dandreo, K. Blinn, S. Melei. P. 
Chung. A. Toronto, S. Sinclair Row 5: J. Ciampa. J, Dupont, B. Foley. R. Gillis, K. McLaughlin, J. Andrews, L. Thornton, J. 
Millea, C. Dickinson 



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Row 1 (1 to r): (Officers): J. Andrews, M. Cormier. E. Dawson Row 2: L. White. K. Bartlett, I. McElwain. K. Palm. D. Regan, A. 
Thompson, H. Murray, A. Normand, M. Tufts, K. Bandies Row 3: C. Pena, D. Costa. L. Petrucci, G. Foster, M. Newman, A. 
Vagos, M. Bussone, J. Warner, S. Lebroda, Row 4: M. Calabro, S. 0"Connell, J. Munroe, K. Russo, M. Barry, A. Blinn. M. 
Desany, B. Corliss. D. Fitch Row 5: S. Feldmann. L. McDermott, K. McLaughlin. R. Mott, S. Melei, L. Thornton. K. Blinn, K. 
Dandreo, T. Murphy, J. Jellerson Row 6: E. Shairs, R. Gonzalez, A. Knott. C. Miranda. C. Dreuding. J. Sullivan. P. Chung. L. 
Jones, A. Toronto, M. Casey, R. Astyk Row 7: N. Barrett, M. Murphy, B. Foley, P.R. Gillis, J. Landman. J. Carlow, P. 
Kasenenko, J. Pierce, J. Burgess, A. Skoniecki 




House Council 

Row 1 (I to r): Jeff Andrews, Mandy Cormier, Emily Dawson, Sam Melei Row 2: Jennifer Burgess, Kelli Blinn, 
Rachel Mott, Amanda Knott, Jill Pierce 





Math Team 

The Math Team travels to 
various schools and 
competes in six, sometimes 
seven categories. Each 
member must take part in 
three categories, each 
category with three 
questions in a particular 
area of mathematics. Each 
question is worth two 
points for a total 
maximum per member of 
eighteen points. The 
seventh category is the 
team question where six 
questions are divided out 
to each team and where 
the questions must be 
assigned to members in 
order that the team make 
the most of the minimal 
time is given. The Math 
Team is a team made of 
individual talent combined 
for the team effort. 



Row 1 (I to r): Joshua Margolis, David Regan, Joe Ciampa, Kerry Smith, Peter Stephens Row 2: Warren 
Souiard, Larry Carmen, Jason Carlow, Charles Dickinson 



Science Team 

Each month, the Science 
Team travels to various 
surrounding schools to 
compete in three 
categories. These 
categories vary from 
month to month, including 
events in Chemistry, 
Biology, and Physics. 
Sometimes, the event 
requires that a project be 
built to certain 
specifications prior to the 
meet. A landing pad with 
minimal height to catch an 
egg dropped from over 
twenty feet and a solar- 
heat collecting device 
made from household 
goods are two examples. It 
is not always mind- 
draining, for the science 
team gets to compete in 
various out-of-the-ordina 
events that are fun to 
participate in. 




Row 1 (I to r): William Spring, Andy Thompson, Joe Ciampa, Charles Dickinson, Jason Govern, David Regan 



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Lab Assistants 



Lab Assistants are 
students who volunteer 
during their free periods in 
the Science Department. 
Some of the things that 
they do are setting up labs, 
breaking down labs, 
collating and much mor. 
Head lab assistant 
responsibilities include 
assigning jobs to the lab 
assistants as well as doing 
all computer work such as, 
keeping a running 
inventory on all chemicals, 
AV equipment, and loan 
equipment. 





Row 1 (1 to r): Mrs. Landry, Beth Paluzzi, Todd Simon, Jannine Brewster. Shirley McEnaney (Lab 
Coordinator) Row 2: Nicole Bilodeau, Cathy Foley, Melony Hunt, David Gerslenhaber, Kevin Gallant (Head 
Lab Assistant), Rachel Lyon, Chris Dooley Row 3: Dan Gerstenhaber, Bill Hayes 



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Audio- Visual Aides 

Audio Visual Aides are students who 
volunteer during their free periods 
and even sometimes after school in 
the A.V. Room. They help video tape 
and set up equipment for assemblies, 
shows, and games. In turn, they learn 
how to operate the equipment 
correctly, maybe even helping some 
students prepare for a career in 
communications. Row 1 (1 to r): 
Justin Altshuler, Dana Correia Row 
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Office Aides 

Office Aides are 
students who 
volunteer to work in 
the wing offices 
during their free 
periods. They assist 
the secretaries in 
many ways, including 
writing passes, 
collecting attendances 
and helping the 
offices run smoothly. 
While doing so, these 
students learn basic 
office skills. 




ov. I (I to r): C. O'Connor. H. Sullivan, J. Richardson, L. Faulkner, K. Liporto Row 2: N. Fournier, J. 
-own, M. Roberts, K. Zakas. J. O'Connor, E. Greene, M. Sudak, M. Newman Row 3: L. Evans, D. Spilman, 
Fossa, A. Robinson, J. Almonte. O. Mysliwy. L, Gebhardt 



D.E.C.A. 



DECA is a student- 
centered organization 
whose program of 
leadership and personal 
development is designed 
specifically for students 
enrolled in marketing 
education classes. It is a 
co-curricular organization 
and serves as an integral 
part of the classroom 
instructional program. 
Nationally, there are 
165,000 members. In 
Massachusetts, DECA is 
active in fifty-four high 
schools, serving 2,000 
students. Membership in 
DECA extends beyond 
high school through the 
Alumni, Delta Epsilon Chi 
and Professional Divisions. 



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Row 1 (I to r): Mr. Reynolds, (Officers): Amanda Mazzaglia, Tracy Walker, Casey Bissel, Jennifer Regan, 
Carrie Gansenberg Row 2: Heather Holtel, Jennifer Dunn, Debbie Duggan, Jill Wojick, Sandy Cote, Brett 
Cotoia Row 3; Eric Dyke, John Heckman, Tony Stevens, Daniel DiPaolo 



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Amnesty 
International 

Amnesty 
International is a 
world-wide 
organization, which 
works to support 
prisoners of 
conscience men, 
women, and children, 
who are victims of 
government 
oppression. Beverly 
students write letters 
and participate in a 
variety of activities to 
support these people. 




Row 1 (l-r): Officers; I. Hart, T. Battis, S. O'Connell, Row 2: S. Schlossberg, N. Preston, K. Panunzio, M. Middlekauff. Ml 
Mungovan, P. Chung, N. Jaquith, B. Majczak, Row 3: S. Feldmann, C. Miranda, K. Carr, L. Jones, S. Mitchell, S. Coffey | 
C. Chanthasiri, B. Bjork, Row 4: L. Neitzel, T. Hennessy, A. Toronto, C. Pena, A. Woods, S. O'Connell, J. Govern, J. 
Wyman, Row 5: S. Weinstock, G. Sherwood, S. McGrath, R. Meyer, D. Woods, M. Silk, A. Camevale, J. Ciampa 



Unity 
Coalition 

Unity Coalition, is a 
student organization 
which develops 
school and 

community programs 
in order to promote 
better understandings 
and appreciations 
between people. To 
show this, activities 
including assemblies, 
tutoring, and special 
projects which focus 
on our pluralistic 
society are 
performed. 




Row 1 (l-r): S. Schlossberg, I. Hart, S. O'Connell, T. Battis, Row 2: C. Mills, G. Sherwood, S. Weinstock, S. 
McGrath, S. Coffey, B. Majczak, N. Jaquith, Row 3: S. O'Connell. L. Neitzel, C. Pena. M. Silk. C. 
Chanthasiri, B. Bjork, Row 4: T. Hennessy, C. Miranda, D. Woods, A. Carnevale. J. Govern, A. Kwietek 



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Katie Russo, Amy Hachey, Denise Russel, Amy LeBlanc, and 
Jen Casey 




Michael Calabro 




Peer 
Education 



Peer Education is a group 
of students who enjoy 
contributing to the 
community with the hope 
of helping others. One of 
this year's projects 
included the Teen Health 
Fair. It was a new idea 
which was a huge success. 
Other activities included 
the prom campaign, role 
playing, and Project 
D.A.R.E. Also, students 
participated in several 
trainings such as. Violence 
Prevention, AIDS 
Awareness, and Substance 
Abuse. 



^ow 1 (I to r): A. Mitchell, M. Burke, T. Bresnahan, M. Bourgeois, B. Tache, K. Zakas, L. White, K. McArdle, K. Cormier, K. Kossover, C. 

lynn, S. Gushing Row 2: L. Cottle, K. Panunzio, S. Schlossberg, K. Smith, M. Bussone, L. Meniates, S. Sinclair, J. Gabalis, M, Sudak. K. Enos, 
VI. Cormier Row 3: S. O'Connell, A. Trask, M. Thornton, G. Miranda, N. Preston, L. Faulkner, M. Mungovan, A. Barry, K. Herlihy. D. 

reedland, K. Reynolds, S. Mitchell Row 4: J. Cotraro, L. Petrucci, E. Dawson, L. Thornton, K. Russo, E. Arciaga, A. Blinn, J. Bartlett, M. 
Sarry, C. Ballantyne, C. Pena Row 5: S. Feldmann, M. Christie, K. Dandreo, K, Blinn, S. Melei, C. Mears, K. McLaughlin, J. Pierce, E. White, 
I. Powell, R. Mott Row 6: D. Wallace, R. Nickerson, A. Simoes, J. Williams, J. Landman, J. Andrews, J. Coletti, A. Skoniecki, M. Sciucco, T. 
Vlurphy 



Key Club 

Key Club is a 
community service 
oriented group. This 
year the club was busy 
participating in a wide 
variety of activities 
beginning with a Bike- 
a-thon to help raise 
money that is helping 
feed homeless people in 
Beverly. Key Club 
visited the children's 
wards in Beverly and 
Salem Hospitals, as 
well as local nursing 
homes during the 
holiday seasons. The 
year ended with a 
reading enrichment 
program at Beverly's 
Elementary Schools. 




Row 1(1 to r): (Officers): T. Battis, J. Garlow, S. Gardner, L. Jones, J. O'Brien, B. Foley, C. Haynes, C. Marchetti Row 2: B. Randall, A. Brewer, 
A. Toronto, K. Garr, L. Neitzel, P. Chung, D. Hering, S. Sinclair, M. Bussone, L. Meniates Row 3: G. Miranda, T. Hennessy. M. Middlekauff. K. 
Panunzio, D. Almonte, M. Mungovan, C. Ghanthasiri, D. Woods, C. Pena, A. Hausen Row 4: K. Brundage, E. Dawson. L. Thornton, K. Russo, E. 
Arciaga, A. Blinn, J. Bartlett, M. Barry, G. Ballantyne, A. Barry Row 5: S. Feldmann, E. White. K. Dandreo, K. Blinn, S. Melei, G. Buttrick, C. 
Mears, R. Marino, Row 6: J. Williams, J. Landman, J. Andrews, J. Coletti 



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Row 1 (1-r): Officers: B Hendren, A. King, K. Holloran, B. Averill, Row 2: L. Bacigalupo, R. Astyk, B. Corliss, J. 
Altshuler, D. Curran, K. Cavanaugh, B. Whitmore, M. Ducharme, C. Borazia, B. Foley, T. Dione, M. Boylan, J. 
Hung, Row 3: J. Babin, J. McGrevy-Gilmore, S. Scholz, H. Bates, B. Bjork, E. Labrecque, K. Lyon, L. McGrath, R. 
Corson, N. Caten, R. Conley, S. Zwicker, S. Grimes. S. Dylengoski, B. Laberis 




Stage 
Right 

Stage Right is 
the BHS drama 
group. This 
year Stage 
Right produced 
three shows: By 
The Skin of 
Our Teeth (fall 
play). 
Tenderloin 
(musical), and 
Ail-American 
(mini-musical). 
Along with 
these shows, 
Talent 

Ensembles were 
held 

periodically, 
keeping Stage 
Right members 
active all year 
long. 



Row 1 (1-r): Officers; B. Hendren, A. King, K. Holloran, B. .\verill Row 2: M. Benson, B. Anderson. K. Newhall, J. 
Philpot, K. Kossover, K. Murphy, J. Almonte, Row 3: J. Lizotte, E. Cooper, E. Hereford. A. Darisse, M. Nichols, J. 
Brown. K. Huberdeau, J. Ruelle, M. Fortunato, J. Brindle, B. Knight, J. Willis, J. Dreuding. A. Munroe, K. 
McArdle, K. Dorey, K. Smith, C. Pi, S. Schlossberg, D. Oleson, Row 4: S. Bjork, D. Gerrior, T. Kearin, R. Meyer, J 
Owen, J. Celentano. A. Bell, J. Davison, E. Barth, C. Ducharme, K. O'Beirne. A. Kwiatek, R. Marino, B. Majczak, 





BHS 

Singers 

Singers is a group of 
enthusiastic female 
students who love to 
sing. Singers is the 
largest choral group 
in the high school 
and it is open to 
grades 9 to 12. The 
girls perform at 
concerts throughout 
the year and also on 
the competition trip 
held in the Spring. 



low 1(1 to r): (Officers): K. O Beirne, J. Ruelle, C. Boraizia, M. Ducharme, A. King, B. Averiil Row 2: J Drabkowski, J. O'Conner, J. Wade. A. 
lunroe, T. Kearin, E. Barth, E. Greene, K. Cavanaugh, S. Zwicker, R. Conley. K. Holloran. K. Lyon, B. Whitmore, L. Bacigalupo, J. Brown, A. 
>arisse, M. Nichols, C. Pi, E. Hereford, C. Ducharme, K. Doucetie Row 3: S. Civitarese. C. Haynes, T. Labbe, C. Gainer, K. Huberdeau, J. Willis, 
'.. Knight, T. Dionne, B. Bjork, T. Hutchinson, R. Corson, L. McGrath, B. Corliss, R. Astyk, S. Scholz, R. Meyer, A. Bell. J. Owen, D. Gerrior, J. 
rindle, J. Dreuding 



Concert Quire 

Concert Quire is a 
small version of 
Singers. They sing 
mostly Acappella in 
the fall months and 
become a dancing 
choir in the spring. 
Concert Quire has 
performances 
throughout the 
community year 
round. They also 
compete on the music 
trip annually. 





Row 1 (I to r): T. Dionne, E. Barth, C. Ducharme, K. Huberdeau, R. Astyk, J. Brown, J. Dreuding Row 2: B. Bjork, C. Pi, L. McGrath, T. 
Kearkin, M. Ducharme, C. Boraizia, A. King, E. Hereford Row 3: K. O'Beirne, S. Scholz. L. Bacigalupo, J. Ruelle, A. Darisse. K. Holloran, M. 
Nichols, E. Greene Row 4: J. Owen, B. Averiil, J. Wade 



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Boy's Quartet 

The 1991-1992 Boy's 
Quartet may have been 
a dream for chorale 
director, Robert Lynn, 
in the past. But now, it 
is a reality. The Four 
musically literate 
members rehearse about 
once a week and do a 
great deal of work on 
their own. Their goal is 
to get five songs 
together and be ready 
to compete in 
Washington, DC in 
mid-April. 




Row 1 (1 to r): Rob Hendron, Chris Kersker Row 2: Brian Foley, Rob Mannsman 




Girl's Quartet 

"Crescendo" is the 
name of the Girl's 
Barbershop Quartet. A 
quartet is a group of 
four that sing without 
musical accompniement. 
Originally, all quartets 
consisted of males, but 
BHS started a female 
quartet. This quartet 
will be performing at 
many concerts and city 
functions, as well as 
competing in the Music 
Festival in Washington 
DC. 



Row I (1 to r): Kristen Huberdeau, Lynne Bacigalupo, Becki Averill, Lauren McGrath 



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Jazz 
Band 

The Jazz Band is a 
class that meets two 
periods a week. The 
members of this 
group are all in the 
Concert Band. These 
are the select few 
that were auditioned 
last year to be in the 
Jazz Band. They are 
what you would call 
the Best of The Best! 



^ow 1 (1 to r): D. Amirault, J. Mazer, M. Abisamia, S. Scholz, S. Coffey, M. Fortunate, M. Benoit Row 2: J. 
'hilpot, J. Conners, S. Corneau, P, Makros. M. Haviland, A. Quinn, L. Bacigalupo (Missing from photo: J. 
-rutiger, J. Taubman, J. Corsetti, D. Bossio) 



Russian 
Exchange 

When we Went: 
November 6 - 
November 19, 1991 
Where We Went: 
After an exciting 
stop in Helsinki, the 
group went on to 
Moscow and St. 
Petersburg. 
What We'll 
Remember: The 
generosity of our 
Russian families and 
the shocking lack of 
food and 
merchandise, the 
black marketeers 
trying to sell us their 
kitchen sinks. Finland 
forever! 




Row 1 (1 to r): Tamara Battis, Becki Averill, Amanda Toronto Row 2: Jessica Peckham, Amanda Blinn. Emily 
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French 

Exchange 

On February 14, 19 
students from Beverly 
High School will be 
going to France on 
an exchange. They 
will be staying in St. 
Maur, a suburb of 
Paris. There, we will 
be attending Lycee 
Marcelin Berthelot. 
Then, on February 
28, they will be 
returning to the 
United States. In 
April, some of the 
French students will 
be coming to Beverly. 



Row 1 (1 to r): John Derderian, Julie Quigley, Jeff Jellerson, Jeannette Munroe. Casey Pi, Tony Bonaiuto Row 
2: Kelii Blinn, Trina Massa. Colleen Lantz, Julie Weston, Maghan McGrevy-Gilmore Row 3: Jennifer 
McGrevy-Gilmore, Neith Preston, Chantala Chanthasiri, Claudia Pena (Missing from photo: Lynn Neitzel, 
Lysa Thornton, Megan Silk) 



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Karen Cavanaugh 
David Christensen 
Colleen Clanion 
Tina Clarizia 
Jeff Cole 
Scott Collins 
Ginnie Comeau 



James Connors 
Jason Conway 
Jason Cook 
Rebecca Corliss 
Stephen Corneau 
Dana Correia 
Rebecca Corson 



Kevin Costain 
Sandra Cote 
Kellie Criswell 
Brain Currier 
Amy Dabbs 
Jessica Dalton 
Angela Daly 



Sunny Defeo 
Michelle Dennis 
Moira Desany 
Jennifer Desmarais 
Angela Desmond 
Jason Dinozzi 
Tina Dionne 



Daniel Dipaolo 
Lauren Dix 
Amanda Downing 
Shudarn Driver 
Lionel Dubuisson 
Debra Duggan 
Eric Dvke 



Kalish Dylengoski 
Brian Earley 
Michael Eaton 
Kimberly Enos 
Eric Ericson 
Kenneth Ewing 
Christopher Fall 



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Cheryl Farley 
Elizabeth Field 
Dawn Fitch 
Patty Fleming 
Spencer Flint 
Melissa Ford 
Mike Forte 



Mary Fortunate 
Aimee Foster 
Amy Fox 
Deena Freedland 
John Frutiger 
Chad Gadbois 
Nicole Gagnon 



Margaret Galiatsatos 
Patti Gallagher 
Carrie Gansenberg 
Claudia Garcia 
Christine Garrison 
Bonnie Gebhardt 
Kerry Geras 



Mike Gerrish 
Scott Gilbert 
Kimberly Gildart 
Steve Gilpatrick 
Paul Grossman 
Amy Hachey 
Ian Hart 



Tricia Hathaway 
Angela Hansen 
Dana Hazzard 
John Heckman 
Robert Hendren 
Kara Herlihy 
Glenn Howard 



Joseph Hung 
Nicole Jaquith 
Jeffrey Jellerson 
Dawna Jones 
Maki Katakura 
Ali Katz 
Julie Kelly 
















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Amy King 
Jamie Kluge 
John Kluge 
Corinne Knudson 
Richard Kraus 
Todd L'ltalien 
Bill Laberis 




Emily Labrecque 
Erin Langille 
Colleen Lantz 
Jen Lantz 
Robert Lawler 
Lauren Lebel 
Amy Leblanc 



Brian Leblanc 
Sean Lebroda 
Michael Liacos 
Colleen Linehan 
Timothy Liporto 
Kimberly Lyon 
Andrew MacLeod 





Eva Mallon 
Elizabeth Manning 
Jenn Marcos 
Trina Massa 
Luarie Matheson 
Maryanne Maunsell 
Jeffrey Mazer 



Amanda Mazzaglia 
Stephanie McCay 
Nicole McCulloch 
Amanda McGowan 
Lauren McGrath 
Sarah McGrath 
Jennifer McGrevy- 
Gilmore 




Maghan McGrevy- 
Gilmore 
Ryan Meagher 
Lisa Meniates 
Melanie Middlekauff 
Michelle Milan 
Sarah Mitchell 
Craig Moffett 



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Anthony Montalbano 
Robert Montanari 
Greg Moreland 
Michael Mosco 
Jason Mower 
Margo Mungovan 
Jeannette Munroc 



Todd Murphy 
Mark Murray 
Sara O'Connell 
Keith O'Connor 
Kelly O'Neill 
Bruce Ouellette 
Beth A. Paluzzi 



Karen Panunzio 
Stephen Parsons 
Jessica Peckham 
Claudia Pena 
Alan Perry 
Susan Pinciaro 
Julie Quigley 




Jennifer Regan 
Peter Reiser 
Andrew Riddle 
Sean Ring 
Jenica Rood 
Denise Russell 
Daniel Russo 




Kathryn Russo 
Sabine Scholz 
Michael Sciucco 
Lorin Sher 
Gretchen Sherwood 
Bethany Silk 
Megan Silk 



Jill Simonson 
Jeff Skryness 
Todd Slattery 
Denise Snow 
Tara Spilman 
Kim Sewyck 
Jennifer St. Arneault 




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Andrew Swiniarski 
David Tardiff 
Jonathon Taubman 
Dennis Taylor 
Matthew Tries 
Tammy Troubetaris 



Melissa Tucker 
Jeremy Vagos 
Ryan Vercellone 
Christopher Vie! 
Matthew Villa 
John Walker 
Jesse Ward 



Julie Warner 
Stefani Waterman 
Erin Webster 
Shira Weinstock 
Julie Weston 
Tara Whalen 
Elizabeth Whitmore 



David Wiley 
Scott Wirling 
Jill Wojick 
William Wolper 
Debbie Woods 



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Cori Acciavatti 
Nathan Alden 
Dennis Amirault 
Billy Anderson 
Sophia Andrianopoulos 
Angel Arthur 
Rebecca Averill 



Susan Avila 
Bryant Ayles 
Ben Badger 
Andrew Bamford 
Kelly Bandemer 
Jennifer Barbeau 
Will Barresi 



David Barter 
Nicole Beaulieu 
Chris Benoit 
Molly Benson 
Denise Bergeron 
Ray Bernard 
Audrey Biancardi 



Jason Bilodeau 
Stephen Bjork 
Amy Bolyard 
Michelle Bourgeois 
Andrew Bousquet 
Joseph Brady 
Jason Bresnahan 



Terese Bresnahan 
Jannine Brewster 
Jessica Brindle 
Lori Brown 
Lyndsay Bunk 
Brendan Burke 
Katherine Burke 



Martha Burke 
Matthew Burke 
Todd Buttrick 
Beth Calabro 
Jonathan Carey 
Peter Carlow 
Jason Carlson 






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Justin Carr 
Melisa Carter 
Catherine Castaldi 
Ben Cauble 
Dave Cecilio 
Michelle Cercone 
Varouny Chanthasiri 



Tamarra Charles 
Minh Chung 
Sarah Coffey 
Natalie Conant 
Ryan Conlon 
Emily Cooper 
David Costa 



Chad Copelas 
Laurie Costain 
Nicole Cote 
Jennifer Cotraro 
Douglas Cowles 
Mark Cucinelli 
Justin Damato 



Jessica Davison 
Samantha Defeo 
Kelly DeMilia 
Jill Donlon 
Althea Downing 
Julia Drinkwater 
Jessica Drueding 



Sean Duffy 
Colleen Dunbar 
Shirley Edwards 
Corey Elario 
Brian Eriksen 
Michael Everett 
Eric Ewing 



Kellie Fabri 
Leigh Faulkner 
Eric Favier 
Timothy Fessenden 
Jennifer Finnegan 
Timothy Fisher 
Kelly Fitzgerald 



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Arthur Fitzpatrick 
Michael Fortunate 
Peter Fortunate 
Nicole Foss 
Gary Foster 
Nicole Fournier 
Lorcan French 



Jeffrey Gallagher 
Kathia Garcia 
Jennifer Garry 
Vance Garry 
Billy Gates 
Matthew Gilligan 
Mindy Goldberg 



Jason Govern 
Steven Grimes 
Casey Guittarr 
Stacy Hague 
Caroline Hashem 
Meredith Haviland 
Jennifer Hayes 



Colleen Haynes 
William Hebb 
Mark Hemenway 
Jane Henebury 
Cathleen Hennessey 
Jessica Henrichon 
Erin Hereford 



Derek Hersey 
Jamie Hios 
Kevin Hios 
Kristen Huberdeau 
Chris Husson 
Robert Hutchinson 
Kenneth Irwin, Jr. 



Desiree Jemery 
Sabrina Jemery 
Chelsea Julien 
Gregory Julien 
Scott Kagels 
Thomas Kaylor 
Christopher Kersker 




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Cheryl King 
Rebekah Knight 
Katie Knudson 
Katrini Knudson 
Jeff Koen 
Rachel Krawczyk 
Anne Kwiatek 



Jeremy Labrecque 
Matthew LaBrecque 
Melissa Labrecque 
Jeffrey Landry 
Lauren Latini 
Daniel Leclerc 
Nicole Liberge 



Karrie Liporto 
Kimberly Litka 
Bart Majczak 
Peter Makros 
Matthew Marino 
Robert Marino 
Dana Matheson 



Jared McAlpine 
Diana McCarthy 
Amy McNair 
David Messinger 
Michael Millea 
Amy Mitchell 
Tamra Mitchell 



Christian Moar 
Colleen Moloney 
Sean Monahan 
Letrecia Moore 
Marc Moschella 
Angela Mosher 
Richard Mott 



Sara Mott 
Leslie Moulton 
Kevin Murphy 
Ethan Murray 
Timothy Murray 
Arnold Muth 
Jessica Naugler 



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Jodi Newhall 
Kristine Newhall 
Melissa Newman 
Bobbi-Jo Nicholson 
Holly Nicholson 
Ricardo Nunes 
Susan O'Connell 



Carlyn O'Connor 
Derek Oleson 
Beth Osder 
Kristen Ottley 
Gunnar Overberg 
Johathan Parrelli 
Cory Pasquarelli 



Jason Pavia 
Bob Pelletier 
Deana Perry 
Linda Petrucci 
Jennifer Philpot 
Casey Pi 
David Purdy 



Christopher Quill 
Alyson Quinn 
Joyce Reeves 
Jennifer Regan 
Shawn Regan 
Anne Marie Remon 
Khouri Rice 



David Richard 
Eric Richard 
Christie Richardson 
Jaimie Richardson 
Meghan Riordan 
Justin Rivera 
Alana Rizza 



Amy Robinson 
Jonathan Roccio 
Barney Rogers 
Sarah Rood 
Leah Root 
Joscelyn Ruelle 
Steven Rust 




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Traci Santarella 
Kelly Savage 
Erin Scanlon 
Sara Schlossberg 
Derek Scialdone 
David Scoglio 
Joe Servizio 



Laura Sheridan 
Robin Sidel 
Todd Simon 
Eric Slack 
Kerry Smith 
Matt Smith 
Mairim Soto 



Steve Spinale 
Bessie St. Pierre 
Kevin Stacey 
Lisa Stadnicki 
Sarah Stewart 
Ken Stone 
Kelly Sturtevant 



Heidi Sullivan 
Stephanie Sullivan 
Rebecca Tache 
Troy Talbot 
Melissa Thornton 
Andrea Tirrell 
Amy Trask 



Daniel Tremblay 
James Tudesco 
Joseph Uliano 
Alicia Vagos 
Shane Vesely 
Karen Waksmonski 
Danny Warner 



Derryk Wheeler 
Christina Whitehead 
Aimee Whitlock 
Jason Williams 
Jennifer Willis 
Michael Wilson 



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Matthew Abisamra 
Eddie Adams 
Colleen Ahearn 
Kristina Albano 
Andrea Allen 
Rachel Allen 
Jamie Almonte 



Robin Amaral 
Jeff Andrews 
Meredith Appleton 
Rachael Arvilla 
Jason Aucone 
Dennis Babin 
Mike Backstrom 



Kerri Bandies 
Eric Barth 
Kelly Bartlett 
Marc Bavineau 
Keith Beaulieu 
Glenna Beaver 
Jill Beilke 



Alexandra Bell 
Vince Biggin 
Nicole Bilodeau 
Corinna Black 
Richard Bochynski 
Matt Boden 
Joshua Bookman 



Lori Boraizia 
Anthony Botte 
Brian Boudreault 
Jessica Bouley 
Erin Bradley 
Lauren Bresnahan 
Edward Brilliant 



Jennifer Brissette 
Erin Broderick 
Colby Brokvist 
Amy Bronet 
Chris Brouillett 
Juliah Brown 
Marci Brundage 






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Joel Brunner 
Corinne Butler 
Jeffrey Carlton 
Shannon Carrier 
Heather Carroccino 
Shannon Casey 
Jamie Celantano 



Michael Chisholm 
Aimee Chouinard 
Maria Clampa 
Brenda Citino 
Kevin Clark 
Ryan Cloyd 
Jamie Cohen 



Jared Coles 
Jennifer Colucci 
Terrence Conant 
Kelly Conway 
Lori Corbett 
Kristy Cormier 
Matt Correia 



James Corsetti 
Anita Costa 
Jamie Coutu 
Mireille Coyle 
Brett Crandall 
Caroline Crean 
Scott Cross 



Adam Crowell 
Frank Curreri 
Bonnie Currier 
Steven D'entremont 
Jennifer Daignault 
Stephen Dalton 
Matthew Dandreo 



Amanda Darisse 
Miel Delorey 
Joe Demers 
Mike Dennis 
Talia Didonato 
Kendra Dilorenzo 
Chris Dionne 



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Brian Docherty 
Joshua Doherty 
Christopher Dooley 
Karen Dorey 
Karla Doucette 
Lisa Dow 
Erin Drew 



Kate Driscoll 
Christine Ducharme 
Jacob Dylengoski 
Christine Eaton 
Kevin Eaton 
Allen Ehling 
Alyson Eldridge 



Jesse Fellows 
Kelly Field 
Jeffrey Finney 
Alexandra Forter 
John Fortunato 
Melanie Fortunato 
Shayna Foster 



Michael Gabalis 
Craig Gagnon 
Cheri Gainer 
Kevin Gambale 
Jason Garry 
Chris Gearin 
Liana Gebhardt 



Heather George 
Danielle Gerrior 
Daniel Gerstenhaber 
Matthew Gillespie 
Lorena Goyeche 
Joanne Graham 
Erin Grenne 



Lisa Griffin 
Jeffrey Grossman 
Timothy Grossman 
Jason Grotto 
Paul Grundy 
Annelly Guerrido 
Shawn Hall 




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Kevin Hansen 
William Hayes 
Derek Hayhurst 
Theresa Heald 
Nhor Hem 
Phillip Hennessey 



Patrick Hennessey 
John Hodgson 
Melony Hunt 
James Husson 
Matt Jenkins 
Tiffany Kearin 
Julia Kenna 



Gregg Kimball 
Julie Kimball 
Mckenzie King 
Leah Kirkpatrick 
Kristine Kmiec 
Katherine Knight 
Eddie Knowlton 



Charlene Knudson 
Kimberlee Kossover 
Matt Landman 
Thomas Landry 
Ryan Langis 
Gena Lantych 
Paul Lantz 



Benjamin Lardierre 
Jacob Levesque 
Ronnie Linger 
Jason Lizotte 
Matthew Lloyd 
Jennifer Lundbcrg 
Patricia Lynch 



Rachel Lyon 
Jeffery Macare 
Bree MacCarthy 
Mike MacCormack 
Rachael Macmillan 
Shawn MacNeil 
Mara Maguire 



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Amy Mahan 
Thomas Mallon 
Chris Mansfield 
Robert Mansmann 
Michael Marcheterrc 
Christina Marchetti 
Joshua Margolis 



Joseph Marino 
Kari Marks 
Nick Martin 
Laurie Martinelli 
Paul Mathews 
Kim McAlpine 
Kellie Mcardle 



Jamie Mcaskill 
Erin McCay 
Jennifer McCormack 
Jason McCullough 
Ida McElwain 
Joe McGill 
Michael McGrath 



Robert Meehan 
Jeffrey Melei 
Rachel Meyer 
Kelley Michael 
Mark Milan 
Jacob Miller 
David Milliken 



Melinda Mills 
Brian Mitchell 
Katherinc Mitchell 
Emmanuel Montevecchi 
Christopher Morin 
AUyn Munroe 
Timothy Murphy 



Heather Murray 
Keith Murray 
Ernesto Musetti 
Owen Mysliwy 
James Nichols 
Megan Nichols 
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Tara Nieves 
Audrey Normand 
Kathleen O'Beirne 
Suzanne O'Conncll 
Jennifer O'connor 
Erin O'meara 
P.J. O'NeU 



Freddie Ortiz 
Mark OuUette 
Janet Owen 
Tony Paige 
Kristyna Palm 
Kristin Panunzio 
Danny Parisella 



Debbie Peabody 
Jason Peters 
Kristina Phelan 
David Pitman 
David Putnam 
MaryAnn Quimi 
David Rafter 



Heather Razza 
Bethany Reardon 
David Regan 
Katherine Remare 
Christina Repp 
Erika Reppuccui 
Katie Reynolds 



Brent Riddle 
Mae Roberts 
Andrew Rohnger 
James Rooney 
Danielle Sallese 
Nelida Saulnier 
Emily Servizio 



Leonardo Servizio 
Jason Silva 
Aimee Sinclair 
Kendra Smith 
Lee Smith 
Shannon Smith 
Roger Soucy 



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Peter Souris 
William Spring 
Matthew St Hilaire 
Kate Stackpoie 
Stacie Stanton 
Peter Stephens 
Mary Stillings 



Megan Sudak 
Kerri Swett 
Jason Talbot 
Laura Thibault 
Andy Thompson 
Kimberly Tillson 
Andrea Tobey 



John Tolla 
Daniel Toulouse 
Jason Towne 
Megan Tufts 
Emily Turcotte 
Heidi Tyrrell 
Rick Vangelist 



Colleen Vesely 
Jessica Visocchi 
Jessica Wade 
Erin Walsh 
Stacey Weaver 
Amy White 
Lesley White 



David Whitmore 
Jill Wilkens 
Brad Willenbrock 
Matthew Williams 
Patrick Wilson 
Shawn Wishart 
Amy Woods 



Jamie Worthen 
Alisa Yescalis 
Melanie Young 









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FALL SPORTS CAPTAINS 





(Clockwise from lop left) 
FOOTBALL 

(L to R): Tony Guarino, Eric Shairs, Jamie Coletti 

FOOTBALL CHEERING 

Kate McLaughlin, Shelley Cashing 

BOYS SOCCER 

Adam Simoes, Josh Landman, Rob Nickerson, Glenn Buttrick, Jamie 
Williams 

GIRLS SOCCER 

Kelli Blinn, Donna Hering 

GOLF 

Mike Ciaramitaro, Ryan Sutton 
CROSS COUNTRY 

Brian Foley, .Mike Godin, Joan Martin (Missing: Alanna Moore) 

GIRLS TENNIS 

Jessica Berman, Amanda Knott 

FIELD HOCKEY 

Lisa McDermott, Rachel Mott 

BAND 

Jeanette Munroe, Sarah Gardner, Christy Borazia, Joselyn Ruelle 
(Missing: Denise Curran) 





WINTER SPORTS CAPTAINS 






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I Row 1 (1 To r): Coaches: P. Harrington, A. Morency, S. Gallagher, C. Fiore, A. Garry, M. Murphy, 
M. Heckman, B. Cotoia, (CAPT.) J. Coletti, (CAPT.) T. Guarino, (CAPT.) E. Shairs, M. Cotraro, 
M. DiDonato, Coaches: R. Rosinski, P. Harrington, J. Allen, Row 2: M. Sciucco, L. Dubuisson, P. 
Grossman, T. Murphy, D. Russo, A. Macleod, B. Boden, C. Viel, T. L'ltalian, A. Riddle, K. Costain,] 
J. Mower, J. Heckman, J. Barricelli, C. Gadbois, R. Meagher, M. Gerrish, A. Belmonte, Row 3: J. 
Parelli, E. Richard, J. McAlpine, D. Costa, D. Cowles, T. Kaylor, T. Fisher, J. Koen, V. Garry, J. 
Roccio, J. Pavia, C. Elario, S. Kagels, M. Burke, B. Badger, T. Fessenden, S. Vesely, 





Scoreboard 

Football 



Peabody 


(21-6) 


Everett 


(20-8) 


Lynn Classical 


(12-20) 


Danvers 


(13-7) 


Gloucester 


(13-34) 


Marblehead 


(31-15) 


Swampscott 


(28-0) 


Lynn English 


(14-21) 


Saugus 


(32-0) 


Winthrop 


(38-7) 


Salem 


(16-20) 


WINS 


7 


LOSSES 


4 



The 1991 Panthers were "Back In Black" this season when 
they thundered into Hurd Stadium for their summer double 
sessions. Under the direction of second year Coach Roger 
Rosinski, the Panthers ended their season with a (7-4) 
record. This, however, does not portray the "real" Beverly 
Panthers. "This year's team was considerably better than 
their record shows!", Rosinski replies. No one can argue that 
when of their four losses three were by nineteen points 
combined. The early season loss to Gloucester and Classical 
made the title hunt difficult, but the Panthers pulled 
together and beat an undefeated Marblehead team by a 
convincing margin. .Mso, the team showed pride when they 
destroyed Peabody, the defending Division I Superbowl 
Champs, in their first meeting of the two rivals in seventeen 
years! The 1991 Panthers were certainly a pleasure to watch 
and we wish them the best of luck ne.xt year. 



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The Varsity Football Cheerleaders completed another 
exciting and spirited season while supporting their team to a 
7-4 record. Lead by Coach Lori McCulloch, the girls 
finished fourth in the Northern Area Competition, held at 
Beverly High, and third in the Northeastern Conference 
Competition, held in Salem. Over the summer, the girls 
attended a summer training camp where they were awarded 
the Spirit Award, Best Chant Award, Best Cheer Award, 
and Grand Champs. The annual Thanksgiving Day Pep 
Rally was organized by the cheerleaders, which featured 
activities like student races, a routine by the girls, speeches, 
and the "pie in the face" contest. Overall, the cheerleaders 
had a wonderful season, filled with a lot of great memories. 
Passed on to next year's squad is the ability and 
determination to BEAT GLOUCESTER! 



POtip^R PUFF 

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Row 1 (I to r): J. Martin, T. Hutchinson, J. Murray, A. Skoniecki, J. Margolis, R. Mott, K. Criswell 
Row 2: C. Flynn, T. Mullen, A. Muzarol, P. Mouiton, J. Munroe, K. Huston, J. Gerrior Row 3: M. 
Casey, L. Neitzel, C. Chanthasiri, M. Cormier, T. Stephens Row 4: G. Lloyd, S. Tucker, L. Cottle. 
S. Sinclair, L. Jones, K. Carr, D. Bossio, L, McDermott Row 5: N. Filtranti. K. Biinn, M. Christie, 
J. Sullivan, T. Sennott, H. Berg, L. Kelly, S. Landry. E. Demers Row 6: S. Feldmann, J. Gabalis, A. 
Fox, D. Curran. R. Gonzalez, D. Hering, A. Battis 





^POWDER PUFF 






The 19th Annual Powder Puff Football Game between the 
senior girls from Beverly and their biggest rivals, Salem, 
went as good as Beverly could have expected. Beverly 
demolished Salem with a final score of 40-14. The team was 
coached by Tim Flaherty. Mike Flaherty, Carol O'Neil. and 
Dean Robinson. Although the game was played in the rain 
and mud, it did not seem to dampen the girl's spirits. 

"Every girl added to this victory in one way or another. The 
efforts were fantastic!'", noted the coaches. One of the most 
memorable events was definitely the antics of the "boy 
cheerleaders" from each school. They helped to excite the 
crowd and to cheer the girls on to victory. In a long 
tradition of pride and good times, the Beverly girls literally 
rained on Salem's parade. 






Scoreboard 

Boys Soccer 



Saugus 


(4-0) 


Swampscotl 


(2-0) 


Winthrop 


(1 1-0) 


Salem 


(4-1) 


Marblehead 


(2-0) 


Peabody 


(2-3) 


Danvers 


(2-1) 


Gloucester 


(10-0) 


Lynn English 


(6-0) 


Lynn Classical 


(4-1) 


Framingham 


(0-1) 


Saugus 


(3-0) 


Swampscott 


(5-0) 


Winthrop 


(5-0) 


Lynn English 


(6-1) 


Salem 


(5-1) 


St. John's Prep 


(1-0) 


WINS 15 




LOSSES 3 





Although the boys soccer team was unable to achieve the 
high expectations put upon their shoulders, they have 
nothing to be ashamed of this season. This year the team not 
only won the NEC for the third consecutive year, but they 
also did it with a record of 14-0-0, a true undefeated season. 
The boys, in their last four outstanding years of play, hold a 
record of 60-3-5 in the NEC, and 6-4-0 in the state 
tournament. They also achieved Sectional Finalists in 1988, 
'90, '91, and Sectional Semi-Finalists in 1989. The players 
are only to be congratulated on such a fine season. In 
addition to these accomplishments, Beverly placed six players 
on the NEC All-Star Team, one All-Scholastic player 
named, one All-Slate Team player named, three Eastern 
Mass All-Stars named, four Salem News All-Stars named, 
and one Northeast Conference Player Of The Year named. 





Reflecting back on their season, the Varsity Soccer 
Cheerleading squad had many events to rejoice about. Their 
Boys Soccer Team went 14-0-0 in a brilliant undefeated 
season. While the girls had a fantastic time on the sidelines, 
their boys were chewing up the conference. Co-captain, 
Aimee Foster, recalls that "Cold Rainy Winthrop Game" 
and the familiar voice of coach, Krista Matheson, saying, 
"Ease up sweethearts." Of the three soccer squads that 
competed in the Northeastern Conference Competition, 
Beverly placed third, but performed with enthusiasm and 
tremendous effort. Congratulations on a great season and 
remember, "Those Saugus Cheerleaders are not that great!" 



GIRLS SOCCER 






Scoreboard 

Girls Soccer 



Saugus 


(2-2 


Swampscott 


(3-1 


Winthrop 


(8-2 


Andover 


(3-6 


Salem 


(0-3 


Marblehead 


(3-1 


Danvers 


(4-3 


Gloucester 


(10-1 


Peabody 


(4-2 


Lynn Classical 


(4-0 


Saugus 


(3-0 


Swampscott 


(5-1 


Lynn English 


(6-1 


Winthrop 


(5-1 


Lynn English 


(4-0 


Salem 


(0-0 


Masco 


(0-2 


WINS 12 




LOSSES 3 




TIES 2 





Once again, the girls BHS Soccer Team 
captured their fifth straight NEC title by 
finishing with an excellent record of 8-0-1 in the 
NEC and 12-4-2 overall. Behind Coach Dick 
Maitland, the team pulled together and 
improved as the season moved forward. Beverly 
also produced four Conference All-Stars. The 
highlight of the season v/as clinching the NEC 
by forcing a tie with Salem. Reflecting on the 
season, Maitland replied, "I was fortunate to be 
able to work with a GREAT group of kids." As 
for next year he says he is optimistic and sees 
many possibilities. Hey Coach, "Let's Go For 
Six in a Row!" 




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Scoreboard 




Cross Country 




GIRLS 


Lynn English 


(29-26) 


Winthrop 


(25-33) 


Gloucester 


(30-26) 


Swampscott 


(37-21) 


Dan vers 


(42-19) 


Marblehead 


(42-15) 


Saugus 




Lynn Classical 




Salem 


(39-19) 


WINS 


6 


LOSSES 


1 



BOYS 
(44-19) 
(50-15) 
(39-21) 
(43-20) 
(34-23) 
(50-15) 
(44-19) 
(44-19) 
(43-21) 

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With a record of 6-1-0, the girls cross country team 
darted through their season nearly capturing the NEC 
title! Coached by John Norris, the relatively small 
girls team showed that they were not going to be 
taken lightly. Norris described the team as being 
mostly inexperienced, but always willing to give it 
110%. The girls certainly surpassed their 
"inexperienced" label and ran as if they had been 
training for years. Norris also praised the efforts of 
the "rookies", who stepped up and took charge. One 
of the team's greatest accomplishments was defeating 
the defending champs, Gloucester, who Beverly has 
not beaten in three years! As for next year, Norris 
believes the young talent will produce a winning 
season. 



The boys cross country team ran past the competition 
this season ending with a perfect 9-0 record. They 
captured the NEC title and broke standing records. 
Directed by Coach Norris, the boys showed some of 
the best efforts possible. When asked to described this 
year's team, Norris replied, "Gutsy". In the NEC 
League Championship, many of the runners had 
painful injuries, but surpassed the pain and ran their 
events. He noted that the kids could taste the title 
and the chance to be undefeated and they would stop 
at nothing to achieve their goals. The BHS boys 
worked hard and pulled together to show the other 
contenders in the NEC what it means to have 
Panther Pride! 

Congratulations on an outstanding season! 



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Scoreboard 






Field Hockey 




Saugus 




(2-2) 


Gloucester 




(2-1) 


Swampscott 




(2-1) 


Danvers 




(0-3) 


Marblehead 




(1-0) 


Swampscott 




(3-1) 


Salem 




(5-0) 


Saugus 




(2-0) 


Gloucester 




(2-0) 


Danvers 




(0-0) 


Marblehead 




(1-0) 


Swampscott 




(0-2) 


Salem 




(6-0) 


Gloucester 




(2-0) 


WINS 


10 




LOSSES 


2 




TIES 


2 





The field hockey team finished their season with 
a 10-2-2 record, second in the conference. They 
advanced to the State Tournament for the 
second year in a row. Also, they placed five 
seniors on the NEC All-Star Team, under the 
coaching of Debbie Kline. "This was the best 
season I have had in a number of years!", stated 
Kline. The two co-captains, Lisa McDermott 
and Rachel Mott, also agreed that the team had 
a great season. Congratulations on a job well 
done! And to next year's team . . . "Danvers is 
YOURS!" 




Row 1 (I to r): Colleen Dunbar, Amy Regan, Kristin Carr, Jessica Berman (Capi ). Amanda Knoti 
(Capt.), Gen Lloyd, Amanda Toronto, Margo Mungovan Row 2; Andrea Tirrell. Kris Newhall. 
Antonette Marino, Jennifer Finnegan, Amy Mitchell, Mariah Coyle, Kelly McCardil. Heidi Sullivan 
Ginnie Comeau. Coach Bernard Bloom . 



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Winthrop 


(5-0 


Lynn Classical 


(5-0 


Danvers 


(0-5 


Gloucester 


(4-1 


Marblehead 


(1-4 


Lynn English 


(5-0 


Saugus 


(5-0 


Salem 


(1-4 


Winthrop 


(5-0 


Lynn Classical 


(5-0 


Danvers 


(0-5 


Gloucester 


(4-1 


Marblehead 


(0-5 


Swampscott 


(2-3 


Lynn English 


(5-0 


Saugus 


(4-1 


Salem 


(2-3 


WINS 10 




LOSSES 7 





This season, the BHS Girls Tennis team finally 
made the MIAA State Tournament for the first 
time in three years. Head coach Bernard Bloom 
directed the girls throughout their 11-7 season 
with two key wins over Gloucester, who Beverly 
has not beaten twice in eight years. Finishing 
fourth in the conference, the girls showed great 
attitudes and incredible teamwork. The season 
can be summed up by the team's motto: "It's 
IN, It's OUT, It's OVER!" Best of luck in the 
spring tourney and next season! 





Scoreboard 



Lynn Classical 




(10-2) 


Swampscott 




(10-2) 


Winthrop 




(9-3) 


Gloucester 




(7-5) 


Marblehead 




(91/2-21/2) 


Saugus 




(81/2-31/2) 


Lynn English 




(9-3) 


Salem 




(61/2-51/2) 


Danvers 




(6-6) 


WINS 


8 




LOSES 







TIES 


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Under the direction of head coach, William 
Davis, the BHS Golf team once again captured 
the NEC title two years in a row and also 
qualified for the State Tournament. In order to 
win the title for themselves, the Golf team was 
to face their rival, Danvers. With great effort 
and determination, the BHS boys pulled 
together and defeated Danvers, clinching sole 
possession of the NEC title. The Golf team 
ended their undefeated season in style, with an 
impressive record of 8-0. The team also 
produced one All-Star to play in the NEC 
Individuals. Congratulations to the BHS Golf 
team and good luck next year! 



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The 1991 Panther Marching Band finished another 
spectacular season. Not only did the band provide wonderful 
half time performances at every home football game, but 
they also competed in many band competitions throughout 
the area. The highlight of the season was winning a silver 
medal in the NESBA Finals and marching in the annual 
Santa Parade in Beverly. The band also won six other 
awards which include, three silvers and three bronze medals 
in the course of the competition season. Other awards were 
given to the best players in the high brass, low brass, 
woodwind, and percussion section. Overall, the band had an 
excitmg season with fun filled events like the staff v., the 
band football game, and a traditional round of "O'Grady 
Says". 



Row 1 (I-r): J. Donlon, M. Mills. C. Julian, Row 2: K. Mitchell. E. Bradley. L. Mathcson. S. 
Dcfco. H. Sullivan, Coach Fullcrton. Row 3: Capt. J. Pierce. P. nemming. Capl. J. Murray. K. 
Brandies, Capl R. Reeves. S. Rood, Row 4: J. Rood. M. Maunsell. J. Reeves 





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Salem NH 
Marblehead 
Winthrop 
Salem 
Danvers 
Peabody 
Gloucester 
WINS 6 
LOSSES 1 



Scoreboard 

Gymnastics 

(130.2 - 132.45) 
(133.95 - 96.05) 

(131.2 - 105.9) 

(128.2 - 107.3) 

(134.7 - 121.7) 

(134.1 - 130) 

(133.2 - 108.5) 



Under the coaching of Vivien Fullerton, the BHS 
Gymnastics team had another successful season. 
Once again, the team won the NEC title - for the 
fourth year in a row! After losing to Dracut by four 
tenths of a point at the North Sectionals in Stone- 
ham, the panthers bounced back to win their sec- 
ond consecutive Stale Title with a score of 137.35. 



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BOYS INDOOR TRACK 






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Scoreboard 






Boys Track 




Swampscott 




(59-27) 


Lynn 




(69-17) 


Saugus 




(58-28) 


Lynn Classical 




(67-19) 


Gloucester 




(57-20) 


Danvers 




(59-27) 


Lynn English 




(55-32) 


Winthrop 




(54-32) 


Salem 




(60-26) 


WINS 9 
LOSSESO 
TIES 







The 1991-92 Boys Winter Track Team enjoyed 
yet another successful season in its illustrious 
history. The team easily won the Northeast 
Conference Championship, with no real threat 
from any other team. So called "legitimate 
challenges" to the title defense such as 
Gloucester, Danvers and Salem, were tossed 
aside on the road to the postseason meets. 
Beverly's biggest accomplishment was a second 
place finish in the State Relays, where only a 
dropped baton in the sprint medley prevented 
the Panthers from winning the title. 









Scoreboard 






Boys Basketball 




Marblehead 




(52-36) 


Swampscott 




(51-51) 


Lynn English 




(51-68) 


Saugus 




(69-51) 


Winthrop 




(61-47) 


Lynn Classical 




(62-79) 


Danvers 




(52-60) 


Gloucester 




(61-39) 


Marblehead 




(51-41) 


Salem 




(45-55) 


Swampscott 




(60-53) 


Lynn English 




(56-69) 


Saugus 




(50-42) 


Winthrop 




(73-56) 


Lynn Classical 




(65-63) 


Danvers 




(41-38) 


Gloucester 




(71-47) 


Salem 




(44-56) 


North Reading 




(46-47) 


Methuen 




(44-56) 


WINS 12 






LOSSES 8 







The Boys Basketball team enjoyed its best 
season in nearly ten years with a 12-6 
conference record. "I feel that we had a very 
good season, we exceeded many people's 
expectations of us," says co-captain, Rich Coutu. 
The panthers, who were led by seniors Rich 
Coutu, Mike Calabro, and Jeff Andrews, 
legitamately qualified for the state tournament. 
"I feel we had a very good team led by seven 
seniors that were a pleasure to coach. We gave 
it 100% all the time.", commented Coach Jack 
Hughes. Congratulations on a job well done! 




The Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders had a great 
91-92 season. Practicing for three hours almost 
every day since June, the cheerleaders put 
together a very difficult and successful routine 
for the 1991 Northeast Conference Cheerleading 
Competition. 

From sideline chants to half-time routines, the 
girls had a great time cheering for the Beverly 
High Basketball Team. 

The Basketball Cheerleaders would like to thank 
their coach. Marge Robertson, for all her hard 
work. 





Scoreboard 

Girls Basketball 



Marblehead 


(30-12) 


Swampscott 


(25-41) 


Lynn English 


(36-32) 


Saugus 


(40-49) 


Winthrop 


(27-58) 


Lynn Classical 


(45-43) 


Dan vers 


(37-29) 


Gloucester 


(30-52) 


Marblehead 


(49-26) 


Salem 


(25-41) 


Swampscott 


(29-44) 


Lynn English 


(44-27) 


Saugus 


(29-28) 


Winthrop 


(24-68) 


Lynn Classical 


(33-31) 


Danvers 


(35-38) 


Gloucester 


(47-43) 


Salem 


(32-52) 


Woburn 


(31-54) 


WINS 9 




LOSSES 10 





The girls" basketball team successfully completed 
another season. The lady panthers finished fifth 
out of ten teams, with a record of nine and nine, 
in the Northeastern Conference. The season 
included dramatic wins, one over third placed 
Saugus, as well as a last second "buzzer-beater" 
to beat Lynn Classical at Beverly. The team also 
avenged an early season loss to Gloucester and 
won a thriller in the Henry Cabot Lodge Field 
House. With The new "open" Tournament rules, 
the girls basketball team elected to compete in 
it. Unfortunately, Beverly was eliminated in the 
first round, but not without a strong showing. 




: Row 1 (l-r): J. Capachietti. K. Tersolo. Capt. J. Coletti, Capt. R. Worthen, Capt. D. Spilman, D. 

' Wallace, H. Urbain, Matt Row 2: Coach Sha, Coach Jacobs. A. Riddle, C. Guittarr, J. Carlson. T 

Fisher, C. Husson. M. Moschella, B. Riddle. Coach Deering. Row 3: R. Vincent. R. Meagher. P. 

Makros. J. Grossman, B. Ayles, B. Pelletier 



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Scoreboard 






Ice Hockey 




Saugus 




(Ml) 


Winlhrop 




(7-8) 


Masco 




(7-5) 


Danvers 




(0-4) 


Gloucester 




(4-3) 


Marblehead 




(2-7) 


Swampscott 




(3-5) 


Lynn Englisn 




(2-3) 


Salem 




(6-1) 


Saugus 




(3-1) 


Winthrop 




(4-3) 


Triton 




(3-4) 


Danvers 




(4-4) 


Gloucester 




(5-1) 


Marblehead 




(0-5) 


Swampscott 




(4-5) 


Somerville 




(3-7) 


Lynn English 




(1-5) 


Salem 




(8-0) 


Everett 




(3-11) 




WINS 7 






LOSSES 12 






TIES 1 





The BHS Hockey team started the season off 
very slowly, which was not too different from 
previous years. Although Beverly had a winning 
streak, it lasted only five games. The highlight 
of the season was Coach Deering's 100th win of 
his coaching career, putting him second behind 
George Kinnaly, who had 105 wins. The 
panthers had a typical up and down season. But 
the team played with much pride and 
enthusiasm! 



This year was a tough one for the BHS Hockey 
Cheerleaders. With only two returning seniors 
and nine new girls, they did not know what to 
expect. As the season progressed, they got to 
know each other well and believed they had a 
chance to win the competition. So the hard work 
began and they practiced everyday; the next 
thing they knew, competition was here. 
Unfortunately, they did not even place. The 
important thing is that they had a lot of fun 
during the whole season. 




Scoreboard 

Swimming 



Relay Carnival 


(5th) 


Danvers 


(29-60) 


Lynn English 


(64-103) 


Marbiehead 


(77-104) 


Hamilton Wenham 


(60-109) 


Lynn Classical 


(100-78) 


Salem 


(108-57) 


Lowell (boys) 


(61-118) 


WINS 2 


LOSSES 5 



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Although the BHS Swim team experienced a 
rather rough season this year, they were always 
full of spirit. Under the coaching of Togh 
Thompson, they did manage two wins, over 
Salem and Lynn Classical, making their record 
2-5 at the end of the season. Three BHS 
swimmers were named to the Conference All- 
Star Team (Claudia Pena, Michael Eaton, and 
co-captain, Keith Gagne). Also, in a great turn 
of their final meet, the 200 meter relay team of 
Ryan Sutton, Michael Eaton, Keith Gagne, and 
Greg Julien broke the school record! 



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A LOOK AHEAD TO THE SPRING . . . 




Lacrosse Captains (1 to r): Keith Tersolo, 
Mike Murphy, Kevin Tersolo 



Softball Captains (1 to r): Mandy Cormier, Jill 
Pierce, Sue Sinclair 



Baseball Captains (1 to r): Pat Russo, Jeff 
Andrews, Jamie Coletti, Mike Cotraro 




Boys Tennis Captains (1 to r): Corey Spear, 
Matt Wriggins, Henry Urbain 
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Girls Track Captains (I to r): Jamaica 
O'Brien, Leah Jones, Gen Lloyd 



Boys Track Captains (I to r): Jason Carlow. 
Ryan Giilis 



LEAVE, HERE, OUR MARK . . . 




. . . WE TAKE WITH US THESE 



IDEALS FOR A LIFETIME! 




KEITH MANVILLE: 
PRINCIPAL 



THOMAS TANOUS: 
ASST PRINCIPAL 



ROBERT MICHEL: 
ASST PRINCIPAL 



LEWIS LATTANZI: 
ASST PRINCIPAL 





OHN DERDERIAN: 
OREIGN LANGUAGE 



CAROL DUNN: 
LIBRARIAN 



ROBERT DUNN: 
ENGLISH 



PHILIP DEROBERTIS: 
BUSINESS 



DAVID FARRAR: 
SOCIAL STUDIES 




>ATRICIA FEMINO: 
WATHEMATICS 



NILES FLANDERS: 
ENGLISH 



CLAIRE GAUTHIER: 
BUSINESS 



DEBRA GRACZYK: 
ART 



WILLIAM GOOD: 
HEALTH ED. 




FRED HAMMOND: 
SOCIAL STUDIES 



SIRI MANNER: 
SPECIAL ED. 



CLAIRE-MARIE HART: 
ENGLISH 



GEORGE KINNALY: 
ENGLISH 



CLIFF KENT: FOREIGN 
LANGUAGE 




'ANIEL KELLEHER 
OCIAL STUDIES 



BERNARD KRAVITZ 
SCIENCE 



PAUL KRUEGER: 
ENGLISH 



HELEN LAM: 
MATHEMATICS 



MICHAEL LAPENNA: 
ENGLISH 



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SUZANNE NICOLO 
ENGLISH 



RAY NOVACK. MUSIC 



JOHN NYGREN: 
MATHEMATICS 



PAUL O'BRIEN: 
MATHEMATICS 



SHARRON PADDEN: 
PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 




WALTER PAUL: 
CABINET 



JOYCE POIRIER: 
ENGLISH 



BONNIE POLAN: 
SCIENCE 



SUE PITMAN: HOME 
ECONOMICS 



MARY ANN QUINN: 
SPECIAL EDUCATIO> 



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JFREMY QUINN: 
-^EET METAL 



.WENDY SALTMAN: 
" MATHEMATICS 



ED REYNOLDS: 
BUSINESS 



ROGER ROZINSKI: 

PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 



JOHN RYAN: 
ENGLISH 



THOMAS 
SANTAMARIA: 
FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



LINDA SAUNDERS: 
COMPUTER 



PAT SOGHIGIAN: 
SCIENCE 



FRANK STONE: 



PETER SULLIVAN: 
SCIENCE 



KENNETH TARR: 
PRINTING 



MARGOT TORGLER: 
READING 



STEVE SHERRIFF: 
GUIDANCE 



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ROBERT VOGLER: 
SOCIAL STUDIES 



FRANCIS WELCH: ANTHONY WITWICKI: 
ENGLISH SOCIAL STUDIES 



THOMAS WALSH: 
GUIDANCE 




ELIZABETH TAYLOR: 



SOCIAL STUDIES ENGLISH 




PETER VAN 
DEBOGART: 
ADJUSTMENT 
COUNSELOR 




ROBERT YOUNG: 
AUTOMOTIVE 





WILLIAM HAMOR: 

PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 



DOUG CRAM: RONALD DUCHARME: 

MACHINE SHOP BUSINESS 



MARC BUTLER: 
SHEET METAL 



MALCOLM SEAVER 
CARPENTRY 




GARY SMITH: ART 



JOHN McMANUS: 
SCIENCE 



ROBERT 
MACDOUGALL: 
CARPENTRY 



RALPH PINCIARO: 
CARPENTRY 



PAT LORD: ENGLISF 




MARILYN KRUGER 
BUSINESS 



LAWRENCE DROVIN 
FINE ARTS 



PAMELA TURNER: 
READING 



SAUL GROSS: 
HISTORY 



MARILYN GUILMETJ 
NURSE 




JOHN PILANEN: 
MEDIA CENTER 



MARY ANN LANDRY: 
SP. ED. AIDE 



JOHN DONOVAN: IN- 
HOUSE SUSPENSION 



VERONICA BELLEAU: 
CAREER ROOM 



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LOUISE REILLY: 
SECRETARY: MAIN 
OFFICE 




MARCHEGiONE. MARY OSBORNE. CAROL STENTIFORD, CORINE PAPA 

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A WORD FROM HOME 



LYNNE BACIGALVPO 

Lynne, "You are sunshine in our lives ..." Gary and I are proud of 
you, your "uniqueness", and your accomplishments. Our wish for you is 
that all your dreams become reality in your future. 

Love, Mom 

NICOLE BACKSTROM 

Nicole, All the best the rest of your life! You deserve it!! 
All our love always, Mom and Dad, Michael and Mark 

LISA BALDASSARRE 

Congratulations Lisa! We are very proud of you and wish the best of 
luck and success for you in the future. 
Love, Mom and Dad 

KENNETH BELANGER 
Ken, this is the start of something big. Keep up the good work. 
Love, Mom, Dad, and Christine 

MICHELLE BERGERON 

We wish you the best of luck in the future. You deserve it. 
From your loving family 

KELLI BLINN 

Kelli B., Congratulations for: Graduating #3 in your class- Being an 
outstanding athlete- Captain for Varsity Soccer and Basketball — Having 
a real desire to go on to the Ivy League- Doing all that while always 
being a wonderful, loving daughter and sister who continually brings joy 
and happiness to the whole Blinn family. We all love you very much. 

Mom, Dad, Stacey, Amanda and Stephen 

WILLIAM F. BRESNAHAN IV 

Way to go Bres! We are still and always will be the Proud Parents of 
our Son! You're the Greatest! Remember we are here to guide you 
through your biggest Adventure called "Life". "Congratulations!" 

Love Mom and Dad X O X O 

KIMBERLY BRUNDAGE 

"Way to go. Bunks!" May life bring you continued success and 
happiness. We'll always be there for you as you go for your dreams. 
Love and Pride, Mom, Dad, and Marci 

KRISTIN L. CARR 

Congratulations Toots! We're so proud of you - Love, Mum, Dad and 
Devin. To our one and only grand-daughter - You have given us so 
much pride and pleasure in your accomplishments to date. Best of luck 
darling - All our love, Mimi and Grampie 

MICHAEL CIARAMITARO 

Michael, we are all very proud of you. Be happy with all of your 
plans for the future. We will always be here for you. 
Love, Mom, Dad, and Chris 

BRIAN P. CLARK 

Second in line 

Yet Just as fine 

A real swell guy 

And that's the bottom line 

JAMIE COLETTI 

To the baby. Best of luck in the future. We are proud of all the 
th ings you have accomplished. We know they'll be many, many more to 
come. So always work hard and keep smiling. 

Love, Mom, Dad, John, and Jenn 

MICHAEL COLLINS 

As you graduate may the best years of your life be ahead of you. 
Your parents, Charles and Arlene Collins 

JORDAN COLTON 



Congratulations, Jordan! We're very proud of you. Remember your 
goals. This is just the beginning! 
Love, Mom and Dad 

ROBYN CONLEY 

You have been a wonderful daughter and we are tremendously prow 
of you. It seems like yesterday that you were our little girl and now yo 
are a mature, responsible high school senior about to graduate. The 
years have flown by and we love you more than ever. 

Mom and Dad 

KRISTEN CONSTANTELO 

Congratulations! You made it! We are proud of you and love you ve 
much. You are a wonderful daughter and we want to wish you all the 
happiness in the world. 

With all our love. Mom, George and Alana 

MIKE COTRARO 

Our wish for you at this wonderful time of your life is to continue U 
be true to yourself and pursue all of those personal goals and dreams 
that you hold in your heart. 
With much love and great pride! Mom and Dad 

BRYAN CUNNINGHAM 

Congratulations Bry on your graduation, and we wish you health, 
happiness, and continued success in the future. 

We love you. Mom and Dad. 

SHELLEY CUSHING 

We are very proud of you and all your accomplishments. Success wi 
surly follow you all the days of your life. We will always be here for 
you. 

Love, Ma and Dad 

EMILY DAWSON 

Congratulations Emily! Dad and I wish you much happiness and 
success in the future. We love you! 
Mom, Dad and Jamie 

To my son NICK DRAGON AS 

I not only wish you love and happiness in your life; but, I also wish 
you the ability to achieve all your important goals. 
I will always love you dearly. Mom 

KIMBERLY JEAN DANDREO 

Kimberly Jean - Congratulations! We wish you love, happiness, and 
great success in the future. We are very proud of you! 

Love Matthew and Dad 

J A Y DUPONT 

To the Amazing Mongo, a great kid! You have what it takes to do 
everything you want to do. We know you'll do well in college and youi 
future endeavors. Congratulations! 

Dad, Mom, Melissa 

LOU ANN EVANS 

Lou Ann - Its taken awhile but I knew you could accomplish it if y« 
really wanted to. We are proud of you and hope you grow even smarU 
in the coming years. I hope college will be in the future for you and 
remember you can do it because you proved it. 

Love, Mom 

SANDRA J. FELDMANN 

Congratulations, honey! We are so proud of the wonderful person yo 
have become! You have been a precious gift in our care, now ready to 
venture out and share your gifts with others. Always remember - no 
matter where your ship may take .you, your ship at home-port is there 
for you! 

We love you very much. Mom, Dad. and Marc 



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A WORD FROM HOME 



MASDA ELIZABETH FOX 

We are so proud of you. Reach for your dreams and the future will 
; yours. You did it Pie! 
ove, Dad, Mom, Amy and Andrew 

HRISTOPHER GAGNON 

Congratulations Chris, we want you to know how much we love you 
id how proud we are of you and all of your accomplishments. Always 
low that we are there for you. Good luck in pre-law. 

Love Always, Mom, Dad and Penny 

''MS M. GALLANT 

Congratulations Graduate of 1992! May you have much success in 
ur future endeavors. Your sincere determination and positive attitude 
; real assets in achieving your goals. 
Ml Our Love And Support, Mom and Dad 

OT GELINAS 

Graduation is the beginning of your future. May you be successful in 
atever goals you decide to pursue. Wishing you much happiness 
.vays. 

Love, Mom, Dad and Mara 
JBERT GREY 

Tongratulations Rob. We knew you could do it. May your Future be 
^atever you want. Our love goes with you always. 
_ove Mom, Dad, Brian, Grammy, Grampy and Lucky 

lOTT GRIMES 

Remember Scott The Skys the limit. May all your dreams come true, 
-ove. Mom, Dad and Steve 

ILLIAM J GVERRETTE 

Zongratulations Bill!! It's been a busy 12 years: baseball, soccer, 
l.ketball. football, track, athletic letters, all-star teams, hospital trips, 
hor-roll, attendance award, jobs, cars, girls, haircuts, RAP, cruises, 
inping, canoeing, and just think, this is only the beginning!!!! We're 
pud and excited about the future 

viom and Dad 

. DIE HARSIP 

Congratulations to a very special daughter. Wc are all very proud of 
51, and wish you a successful and Happy future. 
\'ith all our love. Dad, Bebbie, Craig and Kevin 

I'ou made it! And I'm Proud of you -! Just continue being the person 
)i want to be and work as hard as you have and you'll have a 
scessful future. Congratulations and Love, 

slom 

HTH D. HEMENWAY 

o my son Keith, Keep your eyes focused on your dreams, and let 
yr heart be your path. I am so proud of you. Congratulations on your 
a omplishment. 

ove. Mom 

LN AND DONS A HERING 

uperTwins Activate! Its time to Graduate! 

heers from the family 
£ NIEL: "If you wait for perfect conditions, you will never gel 
a ihing done. Keep on sowing your seed, for you never know which will 
g v - Perhaps it all will." Ecc 11:4-6 Wishing you every good fortune 
irhe future, my son, as you persue your many interests. 

ove. Ma 

[INSA: "Wisdom is a tree of life to those who cat her fruit: Happy is 
if one who keeps on eating it." Proverbs 3:18. Wishing you every good 
f(une as you go on to college next year, 
ove. Ma 

klLY ANN HOLLORAN 



Remember those precious moments when you helped a friend, learned 
something new, or made a difficult decision. You're so gentle, caring 
and sensitive. You create happiness just by being near. Go after your big 
dream, reach for that star - it has your name on it! 

Love, Mom, Dad, and Keith 

MA TTHE W HOURICA N 

Matt, you light up my life. Go out and shine on the world where 
success and happiness will be yours. 
Love, "Maw" 

KAMIE HUSTON 

Congratulations Kam! We have enjoyed your sense of humor and all 
of your friends. Thanks for being such a wonderful daughter and sister. 
Love from. Mom, Dad, and Krista 

TRACY HUTCHINSON 

Tracy, Congratulations! To our only daughter, one we feel so 
fortunate to have had. Your life is ahead. Go get what you want. Lead 
the way. Remember you have you. We love you. The world awaits you! 

Love Mom and Dad 

LISA KELLY 

Congratulations! You worked really hard and you made it. We're all 
very proud of you. You deserve all the best- go for it! 
Love, Mom & your whole family 

AMANDA KNOTT 

You made it all look so easy - we know it wasn't. We're so proud of 
your achievements and we love you for what you are - our loving and 
caring daughter and sister. 

Love and Congratulations, Mom, Dad, Amy and Jeff 

JOHN KWIATEK 

We begged the Lord "Send us a child 

Of whom we can be proud!- 

A voice responded, far from mild.- 

From just behind a cloud- 

"I'll send you John F. Kwiatek 

He'll be the best by far! 

Just take care he won't break his neck 

In his shiny- sporty car!" 

Love, Dad, Mom, Anne, Steve, Amy and Joseph 
Dear John, 

Go for it! Be all that you can be! Learn and grow and enjoy the process. 
Give as well as receive. Live every day with an attitude of gratitude. 
Believe in yourself: have faith. Follow your heart. 

Wishing you happiness and success. Love you much. Mom and Sonny. 

DAWN M. LABONTE 

We wish you all the obvious, a life filled with health, happiness, love 
and success. Remember not to take life too seriously and when you need 
a hug we are always here. Your favorite mother and your buddy pal and 
friend. 

Love ya, Ma and Dad 

KEITH LITKA 

To a "boy" whose mother and father are well pleased with. Though he 
towers in height of both father and mother, we sometimes think he has a 
clearer view of life. We love you. 

Mom, Dad, Kim, and Kelsey 

MATTHEW W. MANNING 

Fidda! "WORD!!" Congratulations - All our love. Mom, Dad, Jim and 
Mike 

JENNY MARGOLIS 

Congratulations! We love you and we are so proud of you. 
Mom, Dad and Adam 



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A WORD FROM HOME 



USA MCDERMOTT 

I am forever thankful for the uniqueness and beauty of who you are 
and for the love and laughter you bring to my life . . . You deserve all 
the blessings of joy, abundance, love and 'fun" that life has to offer! 

All my love, always. Mom 

PAMELA MOVLTON 

To you Pam. We are very proud of you. May you succeed in 
everything you do. Just remember we are just a phone call away. 
Love always. Mom and Dad 

JEMFER ML RRA Y 

Congratulations, Jen! You have made us happy and proud! We know 
you'll find happiness and success because we are confident in your 
ability and values. Thanks for all of the memories and the laughter! 

Love, Mom, Dad, and Heather 

MCK 

You are our joy, our hope and the light of our lives. We are grateful 
for every day we share. May you be as blessed with your children as we 
are with you. Thank you for being a wonderful son; We are so proud. 

Much love. Dad and Deb 

JAMAICA O'BRIES 

From the days in Wisconsin when we would take you to see the horses 
and the cowses to last summer at Jabberwocky when you taught us that 
one person could make a difference helping others, you have been "a" a 
comfort and a mercy through and through." If you lose some ground 
and we're still around, your burden we'll gladly share. Mom and Dad 
are so proud of you. 

CHRISTOPHER OVELLETTE 

Great job. Chris! We are so very proud of you! Good luck always 
Love, Mom and Dad 

JILL PIERCE 

Congratulations! We love you and we're very proud of you! 
Love Mom, Dad. Carrie and Scott 

ISEITH C. PRESTOS 

To NEITH, Congratulations on all your accomplishments during your 
school years. We are very proud of your commitments to your friends, 
school, community and family. The future is yours, and we'll always be 
there for you. All our love. Mom, Dad. & Family 

MARK RAFTER 

Congratulations and best wishes Mark, You're #1 with us. May your 
life be filled with love and joy. Mom. Dad, David and Scott 

RL TH REEVES 

We are really proud of you. You always gave 100^ in school and in 
the gym. Good luck and have a great time in college 
Love Mom, Dad, Cindy and Joyce 

AMY C. REGAN 

Congratulations! We're very proud of you. May happiness and success 
always be yours. Keep on reaching for your dreams! 
Love, Mom, Dad, and David 

ROBERT RICHARD 

Dear Rob, 

Fm proud that you're my son, and wish you the best of everything in 
your future! 
Love, Mom 

ERIC SHAIRS 

Much love- we are truly proud of you! Love. Mom and Scott 
Congratulations! Your accomplishments at Beverly High School are 
just the beginning. We wish you great success and happiness in the 



future. 

Love, Matt and Joe 

SAM SOLOMOM 

Dear Sam. Congratulations! We wish you good health, great wealth, 
and much happiness. 

Love, Dad. Mum. Laura and our "adopted" family 

W ARRES SOL LARD 

Obie. I am so proud of you! You are a wonderful son and a great 
source of joy to me. 1 wish you much happiness and success in your 
future. 

Love. Mom 

ANDREW WILLIAM TAYLOR 

Son, We've shared much together. Happiness, sadness, laughter and 
tears. In these past two difficult years, Andrew gave great support when 
needed. Go for what you want, Andy. Jobs you love, good friends. Be 
honest, loyal and proud. 

Love, Mom DAD: "Tell Andy I'm sorry 1 didn't make graduation." 

MARY LOUISE THERIAULT 

You made me very proud this year. I knew you could do your best, 
you just needed to try harder and you did. 
I love you. Mum 

LYSA THORSTOS 
SOMEBODY HAS TO 
by Shel Silverstein 

SOMEBODY HAS TO GO POLISH THE STARS. 

THEY'RE LOOKING A LITTLE BIT DULL. 

SOMEBODY HAS TO GO POLISH THE STARS, 

FOR THE EAGLES AND STARLINGS AND GULLS 

HAVE ALL BEEN COMPLAINING THEY'RE TARNISHED AND 

WORN, 

THEY SAY THEY WANT NEW ONES WE CANNOT AFFORD. 

SO PLEASE GET YOUR RAGS 

AND YOUR POLISHING JARS. 

SOMEBODY HAS TO GO POLISH THE STARS. 

Lysa. Go reach those stars! Love. Mom and Dad 

AMASDA TORONTO 

We are very proud of your four years of hard work and total 
involvement. Your achievements will continue and become more plentifiil 
because of these values and your sense of humor will carry you througb 
life. 

Love. Mom and Dad 
ERIC WADE 

Thank you for being the son you have been, for all the wonderful and 
proud moments you have given us on the soccer field and track, for youi 
love and your friendship. You are very special to us. 

We love you. Mom and Dad 

ALISA WALLIS 

Aim for the stars and settle for nothing less than your best. 
Mom and Dad 

JAMESON WILLIAMS 

Congrats J. 

Peace and love throughout your new beginning. God bless you! 
Vernon and Venita Williams (parents) and Alicia (neice) 

H 



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W«, at Eaton Corporation, 
applaud th« efforlj of 
B«v«rly High School 
To all thoM who have the drive 
to strive for the principles they 
believe In, we commend your 
past achievements, and wish 
you a future filled with 
Increasing success. 

FlT^iy Corporation 



108 Cherry Hill Drive 
Beverly. MA 01915 
An Equal Opportunity 
Employer M/F 



The Beverly High School Girls Soccer 
Teams and Boosters 
Wish the 




Good Luck 



Residential 

Commercial 

Industrial 




Free Estimates 
Fully Insured 
Fully Guaranteed 



MILL ClXr PLASTEI^ING 

>ValIbcard Plasterintf 
General Ccntractinc 



Don Keaney 
Lowell. MA 01854 



(508) 452-1480 
(Leave Message) 



Seniors! 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
THE CLASS OF 1992 
AND 

GREAT SUCCESS IN 
THE FUTURE 

K.M.R. CONSULTANTS INC. 
95 CROSS LANE 
BEVERLY, MASS. 01915 

JOSEPH A. DANDREO- 
PRESIDENT 



Congratulations 

Seniors 
From VISONE 
CORVETTE 
108 Broadway Saugus 
Mass 01906 



Best Wishes 




Corvettes 
1968-1992 



Financing Available 



• Ballet • Tap • Jazz • Acrobatics 

283 Cabot Street 
Beverly. MA 01915 
927-0216 

Member of Dance Masters of America 



ri% ri% ri% A ri% < 



Good Luck 
Seniors 



ANGELOS' 



^^^^^yfijsUB SANDWICH SHOP 




Angelo Tilas 



496 Cabot Street 



Beverly, MA 1 9 1 5 
(508) 922-5570 

...A Family Operated Business Since 1962. 



Congratulations Class 
Of '92 
From 
HERITAGE CO-OP 
BANK 
2 Colon St 
Beverly, MA 01915 
(508) 921-0723 




Congratulations 
Michele Carlo 

Love, 
MOM + DAD 



Eastern Appraisal 
Services, Inc. 

REAL ESTATE APPRAISALS 
Residential & Commercial 

30 Tozer Road 

Beverlv, NL\ 01915 

( 508 ) 922 - 9902 RVX 92 1 - 0069 



Foreign Autos ' Sold and Serviced Mon Thurs 8 oo 6 oo 



Granite Sbore pbrei^p Auto, lt>c. 



JAMES WYTIAZ 

Reputable Independent 
Foreign Auto Specialists 



Rt 127 near tram station 
29 West St (rear) 
Beverly Farms, MA 01915 
(508) 922-3060 



MARGARET "SIS" 
TOWNSEND 
FELDMANN 

Class Of '41 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE CLASS OF 1992 




lAQUITH & SIEMASKO, INC. 

ARCHITECTS & PLANNL^IS ♦'^ 

H tNON STKtlT. HLVIRI Y. MA OlOl ^ (il)Hl 927 1745 



Congratulations 
Class Of 92 

THE WINDOW BOX 
77-79 Bridge St. 
Beverly, Ma 01915 




(508) 922-7988 



PAINTING S. DECORATING 
HOME • CHURCH • BUSINESS 
LICENSED • INSURED 



1 7 SCENNA ROAD 



BEVERLY, MA 01915 



Best Wishes Class Of '92 
LAKEVIEW MOTOR 
LODGE 
S Lakeview Avenue 
Beverly, Mass. 01915 



Best Of Luck 

BEVERLY 
NURSING 
HOME 




LOOKING GOOD "2000" 
7 Washington Street 
Beverly, MA 01915 



927-7456 



ftK)t> -THE CL*>.SS OP S3L^ 




KELLI B. 



YOU'RE A WONDERFUL DAUGHTER 

AND SISTER! 

CONGRATULATIONS to you 

(3rd In Your Class), 
THE GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER TEAM 
(Another NEC Championship - 

Your Fourth) 
AND THE CLASS OF 1992! 



ALL a UK LOVE, 

^^^^^ ^^^^-A '^^^^ 



Best Of Luck 
In All Your Endeavors 





BEVERLY HIGH SCHOOL 
HISTORY DEPARTMENT 



Congratulations 

To The 
Class Of 1992 

FRANCO 
AMERICAN 
CLUB 



Beverly's 
Community Bank 
For Over 100 years. 



• Residential Mortgages 

• Savings 

• Now - Checking 

• Personal and Auto Loans 



Beverly 
Co-operative 
Bank 

IncorporalecJ 1888 



254 CABOT STREET 

BEVERLY, MASSACHUSETTS 01915-0498 • 508 922-0857 
NORTH BEVERLY PL&ZA 

BEVERLY, MASSACHUSETTS 01915-0498 • 508 927-5283 

FDIC/SIF 



Congratulations Class 
Of 
1992 

PRIDES DELI 



Evening AppL 
Available 



ROBERT A. BLAKE, D.D.S. 
Professional Family Dentistry 



719 Hale Street 
Beverly Farms, Mass. 01915 



Telephone 
927-3515 




LEE, FRASER AND PATCH, INC. 

INSURANCE AGENCY 



DONALD B. LUNN KEVIN J. MURPHY 
STEPHANIE M. MURPHY 

922-2330 

ONE ELLIS SQUARE, BEVERLY 



1 



49 



SPARTA DELI & 
RESTAURANT 
275 Cabot St Beverly 
508-927-1346 



Breakfast 
Omelettes 



Lunch 
Sandwiches 
Club Sandwiches 



Dinner 

Daily Specials 
Fried Seafood 



Soups Daily 
Open Mon-Sat 6 AM-9 PM 
Sun-6 AM-1 PM 



JACKETS f 
GYMNASTICS / 
CLUB / 
WISHES THE CLASS 
OF 92 
HEALTH WEALTH 
AND LOVE 




Beneficial 
Massachusetts Inc. 

236 Cabot Street 
Beverly, MA 01915 
927-0250 



Congratulations Panthers! 



{^Beneficial 



Seniors 



N.S.C. Champs 
1987 1988 1989 1990 
1991 



FINER CUTS FOR MEN 



Cuts For Men Cut By Women 
$9.00 & Up 
38 R Enon St., Beverly Ma 
927-5951 



N.E.C. Champs 

1989, 1990, 1991 



Division 1 North Finalist 

1988 AND 1990 



BHS BOYS' SOCCER TEAM 
CONGRATULATIONS! 

VARSITY 
N.E.C. CHAMPIONS 1991 
14-0-0 



JUNIOR VARSITY 

5-6 



FRESHMEN 

8-2-2 



Head Coach : 
Asst. Coach; 



Michael Cahill 
Gary Singer 



J.V. Coach : 
Manager ; 



Brian Jacques 
Amy Skoniecki 



Seniors : 

Ned Barrett 
Todd Boghosian 
Glenn Buttrick*** 
Brian Clark 
James Cross 
Bryan Cunningham 
Chris Gagnon 
Joshua Landman***** 
Sam Melei 
Rob Nickerson** 
Mark Sarcione* 
Adam Simoes** 
Eric Wade 

Jamie Williams**** 

Juniors : 
Gary Bamford 
Robert Campbell 
David Christensen 
Ian Hart 
Jeff Jellerson 
Michael Mosco 



***** 



N.E.C. All Star 
Captain, N.E.C. All Star 
Captain, E. Mass. All Star 
Captain, N.E.C. and E. Mass. 
Captain, N.E.C. and E. Mass, 
All New England 



All Star 
All Star, 



Sophomores ; 

Justin Damato 
Edgar DeLeon 
Rayni Easter 
Lorcan French 
Jeffrey Gallagher 
Jason Govern 
James Hios 
Robert Hutchinson 
Christopher Kersker 
Ethan Murray 
Ricardo Nunes 
Brian Rodriguez 
Eric Slack 



Freshmen ; 

Brett DeVito 
Christopher Dooley 
Jake Dylengoski 
Matthew Landman 
Paul Lantz 
Jeffrey Macare 
Chris MacKenzie 
Joseph McGill 
Michael McGrath 
Robert Meehan 
Jeff Melei 
Ernesto Musetti 
P.J. O'Neil 
David Pitman 
Leonard Servizio 
Matthew Williams 
Patrick Wilson 



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CONGRATULATIONS! 



AND BEST WISHES - CLASS OF '92 



FROM THE BEVERLY SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



Kenneth Broderick 
John Coleman 
Donald Hannable 
Constance Krueger 

Mayor F. 



Prunella Pollard 
Thomas Roccio 
Kathleen Salter 
Nancy Winter 



John Monahan 



Russel Bjork, Newly Elected Member 
Elizabeth Frutiger, Newly Elected Member 
Linda Goodenough, Newly Elected Member 

Jean P. Perron, Supt. of Schools 
Harry K. Harutunian, Assistant Supt. of Schools 
Richard Peterson, Business Manager 
Janice Biegger, Executive Secretary 




= ?c3MAI0S 
_0.'.E1 GIHL 



Specializing In The Wedding 
Of Your Dreams 
Customrzed & Designer Services 

ALL OCCASION GOWNS ^fv SILK FLORAL SERVICE 

COMPLETE ACCESSORIES BRIDAL & ALL-OCCASION 

DECORATING ■ ARRANGEMENTS 
BOUQUETS - CORSAGES 



, MiMine'"y - Ve'Hng 
Ring Pillows - Sf'ps 
Pufses ■ Ganers 




927-1686 or 927-3846 



INVITATIONS - PAPER GOODS - FAVORS 
SHOWER ITEMS - CRAFTS & GIFTS 



371 Cabot St - Beverly. MA 



Capt. Norman L. LeBlanc 



Over 30 Years 
Marine Experience 



YACHT SURVEYOR 
APPRAISER & CONSULTANT 
MEMBER SAMS ■ ABYC 



508-92in51 
FAX 508-741-4365 



PO BOX 185 
BEVERLY. MA01915 




3 Stores In One! 

• Clothing & Dance 

• Jewelry & Accessories 

• Cards & Gifts 

272 Cabot Street 
Beverly, MA 01915 
(508) 922-8100 



CUTS R US 

Quality Haircare For The 
Entire Family. 
922-4324 
8 Bow St. 
Beverly, MA (Off Cabot St. Behind 
Bell Market) 
Congratulations Seniors! 



DIAMONDS aPINE JEWELRY aMK GOLD 
JEWELRY - WATCH REPAIR 



R. V. Colanto 



JEWELERS 



BOB COLANTO 

M ICH AEL COLANTO 



159 ELLIOTT ST.. RT. 62 
DANVERS.- BEVERLY Line 
TELEPHONE T74-2043 



THE BEVERLY REGIONAL 



PETER ANTHONY'S 

Hair Salon 




1 38 Dodge Street, Rt. 1 A 
Beverly, MA 01 91 5 



922-9858 
922-1 170 



CABOT STREET FACILITY- 24 5 CABOT STREET BEVERLY - 922-099i 
STERLING CENTER - 254 ESSEX STREET, BE VERLY - 927 -6855 

IPSWICH CENTER - 29COUNTYSTREET IPSWICH - 356-YMCA 



Best Wishes Class Of '92 



Caboose travel Service 




We care about you! 



26 West Street, Beverly Farms 
248 Cabot Street, Beverly 
78 Willow Street, So. Hamilton 
51 Main Street, Gloucester 



927-4224 
922-6616 
468-7300 
283-5550 



MENUS FURNISHED UPON REQUEST 
CHECK OUR NO EXTRA CHARGE VALUE 

CATERING CHEFS, INC. 

oi« wko prefer ike fin est 



Weddings, Anniversaries, Buffets, 
Showers, Home Parties of all Types, 
Party Platters 
Tom Rhoades 922-8553 



SAM'S CLEANERS 



128 Cabot St 
33 Dodge St 

Bev. Plaza 
732 Hale St 

Bev. Farm 



922-4745 
927-6444 

927-0185 




Best Of Luck 



- CONSONE'S ^oMakk^vx^ 

Your downtown Card & Balloon Shoppe 
238 Cabot Street 
Beverly, MA 



(508) 922-4872 



Cards/Gifts/Balloons 
For all Occasions ... 
Balloon Debvery Available 



Bill Consone, Jr. 
Proprietor 




Congratulations 
And 
Best Wishes 
To The Class Of '92 

MAESTRANZI BROS 



North Shore Grinding 
Dunham Road 
Beverly, MA 01915 
The Best In Power Equipment 
Lawnmowers - Snowblowers 
Sales And Service 



Pursue Your 
Dreams 



MARKETING BY DESIGN 



Graphic Design & Marketing 
181 Elliott Street Beveftly, MA 01915 
508,922.9199 



774-3134 



KAY 

at Gregory Hair Styles 

S\}ccia{izinii in: 
Skin-GuTc, Facials, Brow & Lash TinUnn 
Waxinn & ManiCHTt's 



64 Miiplc Stcet 
Danvers, MA 



Ample Parkint; 
In Rear 




MR. VINCENT'S 
COIFFEURES 



409 CABOT STREET 
BEVERLY, MASS. 01915 

PHONE 922-9549 




FLORIST 

SaS CA*OT (T TCL S22 •444 

bevchly ma*s oi»is 



HAIR STYLING = HAIR CUTTING = HAIR COLORING 
SPECIALISTS IN PERMANENT WAVES 



Best Wishes Class Of '92 



WELCOME f^BOkRD } 




VMMODORE 

LUNCHtONS- D)NNERS-COCKTAlLS 
PKIVATI FUNOION ROOMS 
TUB ON LOWER DECK 



45 Pleasant St 
Manchester MA 01944 



r><->y^><^ APPROVED AAA AND RATIO THREE STARS 

PILOT DINING ROOM p> the mobh travel guide 

RT lAoltl26. exit 20N BEVERLY, MASS TELEPHONE (505)922.5560 



Sandy & Eric, 

We Bought This Space 

To Wish You Luck, 

We Hope It's Worth 

The 45 Bucks! 

Love, 

THE D.B.S. 




BROILfO FIliT OF SOLE 
BROIliD SUUOPS U) CUnN 
BROILED HADDOCK ~f 

Served oilh Potato. Vegetable 
Rollk. Collee & Jello 

SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT 
10% ALL DAY 
— ALL YOU CAN EAT — 
Fisherman's Platter 'Q" 
Steak Tips w/salads '8" 

GREAT TAKE-OUTS 
(508) 535-3555 



Congratulations 
To The 

Class Of 1992 

MAYOR 
MONAHAN 



SUPER SUB 

AND 
SALAD SHOP 



Same Great Food 
and 
Service for 
Over 20 Years 



Subs • Salads 
Syrian Pockets • Soups 



324 Cabot Street 
Beverly, MA 01915 
Tel. No. 927-4788 



Good Luck 
Seniors 
CLASS 
OF 
1992 



Good Luck! 



Film 

One-hour Processing 
Prints from Slides 
Enlargements 
Portrajls 
Half-frame Printing 



(girls' B^nftball IQeaguB 



CABOT STREET 

(across from City Hall) 

BEVERLY, MA 01915 
921-6463 




Best Wishes 
Class Of '92 




hair inc. 



283-b cabot St. • beverly, ma 01 91 5 • 508-922-981 8 



SPECrALIZFNG IN FRAME STRAIGHTENING 
BY CHIEF E Z UNER II 

Est 1923 

927-7161 



McNeil's 
Auto Body 



IfC 0OC'4a2 A OOt>369 
CLOStO I? NOON TO 1 

?3C Hantoui St'cei Bevw> 



of BEVERLY 

COLLISION SPECtAUSTS • ANTIQUE RESTORATION 
INSURANCE ESTIMATES >.v.ms 



Colonial Cleaners 




61-67 Elliott St. (Corner of Elliott & Rantoul St) 
Beverly, Mass. 01915 
Telephone (508) 922-3680 



We Burst With Pride As We Realize That Our 
Dreams For You Are Coming True. You Are 
One Of Those Rare People And It Is Exciting To 
Watch You On Your Path To Success. Love 
Always, 

MOM, KRISTY, BRENDA, BILL, 
WILL, MIMI, GRANDPY 
GEORGE & GRANDPA TEX. 

Good Luck Mandy 




BROTHERS RESTAURANT 
&.DELI 



"The Best 
From The Best" 

Join us for ihc finesi in 
Greek. Amcncan Cuisine 
cooked by the owner 

Ranging from BrcaKAsi. Creeli ~Sai;iJs. 
Shish ka bobs, Lamb, Chicken, Seafood 
and Much More 

"Come Visit Us. 
Thank you for your vote" 



446 Rulod Sl^ Ru. 1^. Bereriy (Smim4S3S 
Open Monday-Saturday 6am to 9 p m 
Sunday Brunch 6 a.m to I p m 

(AU Day Bfetkfani 



Best Wishes To The 
Class Of '92 




NORTH BEVERLY 
PHARMACY INC. 
136 DODGE ST. 
BEVERLY, MA 01915 
922-2529 



Best Of Luck Class Of 92 
BLAIR'S MOBIL 

SERVICE 
586 CABOT ST. 
BEVERLY, MA. 01915 




ROB CERUNDOLO 
Sales Manager 

MOTORCYCL£S, ATV's, SCOOTERS. 
MOPEDS, SNOWMOBILES, POWER EQUIPMENT 

(508) 927-3400 - FAX (508) 927-5188 

107 BRIMBAL AVE. BEVERLY, MA 01915 



Mopeds 
From $299.00 



Go Karts 
Low As 
$599,00 



Dirt Bikes 
Low As 
$699.00 



Diana Gargalianos 



Office Products Services 

127 Bridge Street/ Beverly, MA 01915 

Telephone (508)927-8666/(617)581-3666 



87 Lynnway/Lynn, MA 01902 
(617)598-4414 




PhotoGraphics 
VIDEO SUPER STORE 
CAMERA • ONE HOUR 
PHOTO 

NORTH BEVERLY 
Rt. lA At Dodge St. 
(508)927-9997 

(Across 
From N. 
Beverly Train 
Station) 



CHAPMANS 
GREENHOUSE 




Dawson's 



TMVaeue Hardware 



BEVERLY 
TEACHERS 
ASSOCIATION 



A E R O B I C S 
IXtKCISt STUDIO 

Ever> BODY needs 
to exercise. 
"Wliat's your REASON? 

139 Cabot St. 508-922-0566 



Best Wishes To The 
Class Of 1992 

MARYLYN R. 
GUILMET R.N., 
CS.N. 



BEVERLY ii 
HOSPITAL ^ 



Good Luck Seniors '92 

MACAULAY 
DRUG 
INC. 



Free prescription delivery 
Family prescription profiles 
380A Cabot, Bev . . . . 
922-0592 



11 



Miirr than a \iosp\\a\...a Family Gmtered Health Qirr System. 



,(VVVvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvB r 



The Leonhard's Flower 


Good Luck Graduates 


Shop & Greenhouses 


From MCDONALDS 
19 Cabot St. 


87 CORNING STREET 


40 Enon St 


BEVERLY, MA 01915 


AA 


TEL. 922-4295 




|Mcoonaj|d"s 




GOOD TIME. GREAT TASTE:' 



^' 'jewelers. INC 

•NORTH SHORE'S DIAMOND MERCHANT 



214 CABOT STREET 
BEVERLY. MA 01915 



922 2149 
922 21 73 



1 WEST ST., BEVERLY FARMS, l*A- 
TELEPHONE 971-0071 



Best Wishes 



JO-JO'S 
201 Cabot St. 
Beverly, MA 
Best Wishes Class 1992 



Congratulations & Best Wishes 
To The 
Class Of 1992 
From 

BEVERLY SHADE SHOPPE 
& 

CURTAIN CORNER 



In Beverly, Since 1910, It's been 



VOVfi 



•the FRIENDLY Lumber Ywd' 



922-0921 

Ju»t 2 Blocks (lom Bcveily High SchcoJ 




Best Wishes 
FRED'S 
SPORTS CARD 
SHOP 



161 




MR. SAUNDERS 
FORMAL WEAR 

Outfitters To 
Beverly High School 

Best Of Luck 
To The Class Of 1992 

Peabody 
Route 114 
531-3040 



Congratulations 
Toast! And The 




From YOUR FRIENDS & 
FAMILY 



Mom 

Colleen 

Marilyn 

Wally 

Alison 



Grammy White 



Dad 

Patty 

Angela 

Kate 

Beth 



JO-JO'S 
201 Cabot St. 
Beverly, MA 
Best Wishes Class 1992 



jOSTENS 



MICHAEL A. CUDDY 
(508) 352-7401 

Scholastic Division 
PO Box 377 
Georgetown, MA 01833 




Fieeman 
Cycles 
Inc 




50 Federal street Beverly 
508 922.6668 



[MQXQiGUZ-ZI 



ConL;r.ltul.ltlon^' 
Don'i Just Stand There . . . Bus Soinelhini;. 



LOCAL #2894 
AFSCME 

Beverly 
School 
Department 



GO! 

Good Luck to the 
Class of '92 




*MP>1RKER 
BROTHERS 



SPORTSMEN'S 
HAIR STYLISTS 

MEN — WOMEN - CHILDREN 
927-3429 



2 ENON ST. 



ROUTE 1A, N. BEVERLY 



Congratulations 

To The 
Class Of 1992 

FLAIR CLEANERS 



Best Wishes Class of '92 





ZWICKER 



REAL ESTATE 
INSURANCE 



39 Woodburv Street 



922-3611 



COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE 

DAVID S. ZWICKER 

253 Rantoul Street, P.O. Box 312, Beverly, MA 01915 

Phone: (508) 927-9090 
FAX: (508) 92 M 057 



Congratulations 
To The Class 
Of 1992 
BEVERLY 
BOARD OF ALDERMAN 



Carla S. Cox 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 



ARDIFF a MORSE, P C. 
lO ELM STREET ■ DANVERS, MASS. OI923 



(508) 774-7123 
TELECOPIER (508) 774-7164 



TOM RALPH 



President 



EPCO 



Air Pollution Control Systems 
Electronic & Media Air Cleaning at Its Best 



927-5235 



P.O. Box 3047 
Salem, MA 01970 



^ The Finest in Professional Entertainment 




An Entertainment Agency 
Serving New England 



Michael G. McCay 



508-922-9079 
1-80C^866-MUSIC 



HfriRYS 



588 Cabot Street 30 Main Street 

N. Beverly, MA 01915 Topsfield, MA 01983 

(508) 922-3885 (508) 887-5022 

A Full Service Supermarket and More. . . 





Why do I say goodbye to what we had \ 
The good times that made us laugh are waving back 
I thought we'd see forever but forever's gone away y 
It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday. u 




I don't know where the road is going to lead 
'( All I know is where we've been and what we've been through 
If we get to see tomorrow I hope it's worth all the wait 
It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday. '^^^^^ 

And I'll take with me the memories (^^'^^')^^-\^ ^ <y 

To be my sunshine after the rain Cj,^^>^^ vVJ 

It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday. 




Boyz H Men 





CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK CLASS OF '92 



Workout At Beverly's 
"Hottest" Aerobic Studio 



BODY 



FITNESS 

PJ O'CLAIR 

248 Cabot St., Beverh 
(508)927-9925 



Students: Unlimited Classes $30 Monthly 



TEL 922-2957 
PROMPT FREE DELIVERY 



WILLIAM P FLAXER 
REG PHARMACIST 
OWNER 




DAVIS DRUG COMPANY 
Prescription Specialists 

434 RANTOUL STREET 
BEVERLY. MASS 

OPEN 7 DAYS ft 7 NIGHTS 
OFF STREET PARKING 





Sales • Rentals • Service 



IMiDONALD 

PAINTING 



PAINTING 
AIRLESS SPRAY 
PAPER HANGING 

(508) 921-1899 



407 Cabot Street 
Beverly, MA 01915 



(508)922-1051 



FREDDIES 
RESTAURANT 
355-357 Rantoul St. 
922-0942 
Good Luck Class 
Of 
1992 



CHRISTOPHER R. CULLINAN. D.M.D. 
Family Practice 



SUITE 5 

234 CABOT STREET 

BEVERLY. MASSACHUSETTS 01915 
TELEPHONE (508) 922-5134 




1 hnrnton 



Best Wishes 



C 1 L .A 1< 1' ri 1 N T C (' S [ i -\ A N T S 



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19 Cabot St 
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Beverly 



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Bottom Row (L to R) Katie Mclaughlin, Jamie Colleti, Tony Guarino, Eric Shairs, Shelly Gushing Middle Row (L to R) Mike Di- 
donato, Brett Gotoia, Tony Garry, Mike Murphy, Casey Fiore, Mike Gotraro Top Row (L to R) Kim Brundage, Jill Pierce, Engrid 
Elso, Julie Powell, Kim Dandreo, Garoline Vasile 



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OF SHOES 



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Owner/Monoger 
110 CADOT ST , DEVERLY 



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Beverly Plaza 
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PATRONS 



Patrons $10 

Skip & Eileen Russo 

Danny Russo 

Irene Corbett 

Andrushki 

Alexila 

Nessy 

Mr. And Mrs. Sarcione 

The Constantelos 

Linda And Jeffrey Brown 

Gordon Crowther 

Irene Crowther 

David Dickinson 

Gallow Family 

The Curran Family 

Joe Clampa 

Alan Cunningham 

Sandy Feldman 

A.J. Carlow Inc. 

Carlow Brothers 

Judy Skoniecki 

Ed Skoniecki 

The Foan Family 

Ann Foley 

Arthur & Audrey Pellettier 
Margaret's 

VNA Of North Shore, Inc. 
Lucky Hair Studios 



Patrons $10 

Mr. & Mrs. James Dawson 
Bectingham Chiropractic 
Sheila J. Garaldis 
Marias Pizza 
Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Harsh 
Denny Harsh 

The Posse (George, Sam, Ralph) 

Mr. & Mrs. B. Harsip 

Mr. & Mrs. Morrill 

Rose Nardella 

June & Ed Reynolds 

Popcorn Video 

Moore Bros. 

James Ferrara 

Rugged Bear 

Judy Neitzyl 

Jessica Ricker 

Congratulations. It's Been A Long Journey, 

We Are Both Proud Of You. Love, Mom, 

Dad And Nicole. Good Luck! 
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Anita Cross 

Paula & Ned Barrett 

Jeanne, Katie & Kelley Michael 

Stephen & Sandy Mott 

Ed & Jean Margolis 

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Mary Ellen Niemi 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Battis 

Mr. & Mrs. Chester H. Battis 

Mary Lou Mital 

The Cook Family 

Collette Pelletier 

Sophie Villanti 

Matthew Schlegel 

Donna Cormier 



SPONSORS 

Sponsors $5 

Brenda & Bill Duryea 

Barbara Hoar 

Bob Loiselle 

Niles Flanders 

Robert Lynn 

P.H. Femino 

Judy Anderson 

Arthur Sarcione 

Jean Arggs 

Mary Carlotto 

Jim Sullivan 

K. Sprague 

Steve Pelletier 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Collins 

Alan & Susan Stringer 

Raymond & Priscilla Stringer 

Alan, Susan, Mike Stringer 

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Sponsors $5 

Dave Morrill Nadine Thornton 
Sam, Pat, Samantha, Patrick 

Benedict 
Brenda Modugno 
Mr. L. Drouin 
Linda George 
Mr. Edward Barry 
Michael Raimo 
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Henkels Family 
Constantine L. Maude 
Ellen Nelson Anthony Sciola 
Thelma Thornton 
Angela & Anthony Sciola Nina 

Garry Lambert 
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Becky Tache 
Sarah Rood 
Amy Hachey 
Audrey Biancardi 

Dave & Judy Faustino And Family 

Pat Grossman 

George Nardella Jr 

Hugo V Arrolello 

Janet MacDonald 

Diane & Peter Simonson 

Gary & Rita Richard 

Mary Ellen Willard 

Gordon Thornton 

A Friend 

Anonymous 

Joe Favazza 

Paula M. Reiser 

Lee F. Casey 

Renee Casey 

Colleen Haynes 

Louis Martin 

Nicki & Neith 

Connie Hunt Betty Corbett 

Susan Auger Tracy Lima 

Susan Pitman 

Richard Hurtz 

Stephanie Hinson 

Lenny Cole 

Tony Georatoe 



Jane Rundlett 

Hannah Shop 

Sandy Silva 

Pam Sharkey 

Nicole L. Zarkades 

Peter Van 

Paula Salley 

Barbara Hemenway 

Mark Hemenway 

Irene McGrath 

Mike Casale 

Mr. S. Sherriff 

Mrs. Pat Comeau 

R.D. Batchelder 

Joan E Martin 

Eva Demers 

Archie Thompson 

Joan Ross 

Cathy Ross 

Tim Lord 

Vern Tremblay 

Don Nicholson 

Michael Gaudette 

Marsha Rust 

Dick Ryan 

Edward Dalton 

Mr. Robert Collins 

Sue And Jon Copeland 

Mr. & Mrs. John Clemenzi 



Ann Marini 

David Fulton 

Alana Constantelo 

Sue O'Connell 

Jane Henbury 

Erin Hereford 

Joe Corbett 

Edward Moroney 

Richard Hutchinson 

Kathy Hutchinson 

Gretchen Anderson 

Linda Saunders 

Ve ronica Belleau 

Kathy Dix 

Michael Pelonzi 

Stephen Moore 

Mr. & Mrs. John Clemenzi 

Kristy Cormier 

Elizabeth Cottle 

Julie Quigley 

John Roccio 

Margot Torgler 

Pat Soghigian 

Katie Russo 

Jodi Bartlett 

Kelly Bartlett 

Grace Cooper 

Colleen Mears 



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NEW THOUGHTS rise and fall with extreme 
regularity, 

searching through the horizons beyond the 
windows of your 
mind, 

gazing at the structured institution that 
prepares you for 
living, 

some things are waited for, as others will find 
you. 

THE ANTICIPATION of life on the brink 
of a life-style, 
knowledge and wisdom extracted through 

learned mortality, 
published and read by the masses of the living, 
ultimatums of morbid hope offered by 

conservative powers, 
taught to prepare for death, opposing tactics of 
thriving gain. 
APPROACHING these crossroads with a 
mind of realtered 
decision, 

uncaring confusion lurking to destroy us — 
guidance found only through each other, 
the future seems an unconquerable beats . . . 
but our numbers shall endure. 

-CF 




186 By Dee Freedland (Grade 11) 



ART AND POETRY 





THE QUEEN OF SPADES 

When love dies, 

What color does it become? 
Is it mauve or ochre? 

Olive or brass? 
Or does it have no color at all? 

It is strawberry and turquoise, 
Honey yellow and sof pearl. 

It is a memory 
To weave again and again 

Into the miracle of life, 

The tapestry of you. 

Neith Preston (Grade 12) 



RIGHT TO INSANITY 

Being Free is real. 
Being free isn't free 
Two people or one? 
Which one is me? 
Blazing thoughts plague my mind, 
Knowing not what I'm trying to 
find. 

Sullen acts and Broken Dreams lie 

scattered admist my memories 
Most which are Forgotten children, 

crying on their knees. 
One side good. The other Bad, 
Another is happy, or maybe sad. 
Questions tease me, and inside my 
head. 

They Ask: Am I Real? 
Am I here? 
Am I Living? 
Or Am I Dead? 

Only through keyholes Do I see. 
Pieces of the Answer, of the goal 

that's set for me. 
A lake of fire. Forest of thorns, 
in which for the lost broken pieces 

my heart still Mourns 
Smiling Faces of SADNESS, 
Sane acts of MADNESS, 
Bring forth my breed of sin. 
Asking playfully for someone to 

step in. 
To describe what they see. 
Tell how they feel, 
To know what is real. 
Two people or maybe Three, 
Being Free is Real, 
Being Real isn't Free. 

Roy Husson (Grade 12) 




LOVE THY NATURE 

When looked upon with eyes of 
happiness. 

The earth is a darling place to live. 
But when you spy mankind, his fatal 
kiss 

Will drive angry gods to not forgive. 
He's left his mark on all the land 
around. 

And nature cries beneath his selfish 
wrath. 

To bring great forests of life to the 
ground. 

The man of wealth will light his pipe 
and laugh. 
But is it really he whose won the day. 
By taking taking till his hearts 
delight? 

Soon all of mankind will be sent away. 
By an angry god who will win the 
fight. 

So leave her along and give her a rest. 
Or man and his wrath will look 
towards the west. 



Brian M 





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It's prime 
time for 
tuning in and 
zapping 
out. It's the 
musical 
sounds of 
success and 
the pick of 
the flicks 
that claim the 
fame. 



IS IT A TWILIGHT ZONE? 
The time is the 1990s. 
The place is Beverly Hills. 
While Jethro and Ellie 
Mae are swimmin' in the 
cement pond and eatin' 
\ ittles on the rerun 
channels, we see Beverly 
Hills 90210 emerging as a 
prime time winner on the 
Fox network. It"s a soapy 
drama featuring Luke 
Perr\-, Shannen Doherty 
and Jason Priestley. Perry 
plays cool, sua\'e Dylan 
McKay; Priestley is the 
sweet, sincere Brandon 
Walsh and Doherty acts 
the role of Brandon's shy 
sister Brenda. The 
storyline mirrors life in 
very realistic teenage 
terms and is acted out by 
an exciting cast that's 
almost too cool. If you 
can't handle it. turn your 
brain off and zap o\ er to 
the other part of Beverly 
Hills where you can 
^ atch Jethro finish grade 
school. 

HOMER AND MARGE 
MADNESS: Bart is bratt>- 
as ever and continues to 
be a fun little anarchi.st on 
the still popular Simpsons. 
A ne^\■ breed of Simpson 
simplicity' exposes itself 
on the prehistoric format 
of Dinosaias. Some 
episodes touch on ethical 
issues involved v^ith 
growing up and growing 
old. A far cr>' from the 
"yaiiba dabba doo" 
mentality of the 
Flintstones. 



STEPPED-UP BRADY 
BUNCH: Meticulous 
widow witli three kids 
meets divorced slob ^ ith 
three kids. That adds up 
to a '90s \'ersion of the 
Brad\- Bunch called Step 
by Step. Suzanne Somers 
and Patrick Duffy play 
mom and dad to a sLx- 
pack of kids who don't 
get along — it's 
dysftmctional fun for the 
whole family. 
Incidentally, the Bmdy 
Binich holds strong on 
rerun channels and fans 
have cult-i\ ated it. A few 
theater grotips act out 
episodes from the '60s 
sitcom. Brady-brained 
audiences come dressed 
like Marcia, Jan. Greg. 
Alice and the rest of the 



goody-goody gang from 
the '60s. 

TELEVTSION THAT'S 
HOT AND NOT: With 
Bereiiy Hills 90210 on 
the aibular agenda this 
season, couch potatoes 
ha\ e something to sizzle 
about. On the back 
burner. Muipby Broini is 
cookin'. Wonder Years is 
wonderful and the Fresh 
Phnce ofBelair is 
healthy. Doogie Houser 
may be kind of a bowser 
and there's a love/hate 
relationship going on 
with Rosea nne — either 
you lo\-e it or you hate it. 
Star Trek: The Next 
Generation has .seen 
better galaxies and Get A 
Life needs to get some 
life. 




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The stars of 

Beverly 

Hills 90210, 

Jason 

Priestley, 

Shannen 

Doherty 

and Luke 

Perry have 

been 

mobbed at 
malls and 
buried with 
fan mail. 



Heavy hitter 
Roseanne 
Arnold is 
fifty (or is it 
sixty?) 
pounds 
lighter this 
season and 
still pulling 
in hefty 
ratings on 
Roseanne 



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HOOKED ON NEVER- 
NEVER lAND 

On your next trip to 
Never-Never Land \x)u 
might just get hooked on 
Robin Williams. He stars 
in Steven Spielberg's mod 
version of Peter Pan 
called Hook. Watch out 
for that pixie dust! Julia 
Roberts plays an adorable 
seven-inch-tall Tinker 
Bell. Roberts t(jpped 
survey lists as an all- 
around favorite among 
teens. 

THEY REALLY ARE 

A SCREEEUM. 

THE ADDAMS FAMILY. 

Another revamped classic 
comes back to haunt the 
big screen. Don't be 
scared, it's just Uncle 
Fester. Or is it? Pugsley. 
Wednesday, Lurch, Thing 
and the rest of the gang 
still hang out at the 
mansion. If you're dying 
for a little nostalgic 
weirdness. this is your 
movie. Raul Julia and 
Angelica Huston take the 
lead as Gomez and 
Morticia. 

FLICKING THROUGH 
THE njCKS 

The Man in the Moon flies 
high and Spock loses his 
Vulcan immunity in Star 
Trek 17: The Undiscovered 
Country. Cool as Ice 
features a hot slammin' 
soundtrack while 
Necessaiy Roughness 
delivers a smooth 
storyline. Fun and funky 
favorite Keanu Reeves 
reveals many excellent 
adventures in the fan 
mags, and Winona Ryder 
always rides high on the 
celebrity lists. 




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Way chic, 
dirt cheap, 
haute stuff or 
just plain 
cool. Fashion 
demands a 
look that gets 
the looks. 



THE FLIRT IS IN THE 
SKIRT: It's pleated, it's 
flared, it whirls, it swirls. 
It's a frisky look that's 
hot. Tune in to All My 
Children and you'll see 
the always-fashionable 
soap vLxen Erica Kane 
t^'irling through men's 
lives knocking them dead 
with her flin skirt 
ensembles as she swings 
and sways through the 
Enchantment office. It's a 
smart, provocative look. 



IT'S HOT OLITDOORS: 

These sportsters look 
marvelous with high-tech 
runners in bright, vivid 
colors. The outdoor look 
that's "in" also includes 
denim jackets with detail, 
oversized fleece svi eats in 
bright colors, nylon 
pullo\ ers in acid colors, 
striped tunlenecks and 
long-sleeved T-shirts. 



GET RID OF IT: The ever- 
changing list of "what's 
out " now includes pleated 
trousers, khakis, bike 
shorts, fanny packs, 
beaded belts, button-do^^'n 
shirts and cowboy boots. 
Don't toss these items too 
far — they may be back 
before \ ou know it. 



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HOUSE BRANDS MAKE 
THEIR MARK: Specialty 
stores give the boot to 
department stores right 
where it hints — in the 
buclis. Chains like The 
Gap and The Limited 
have created images and 
a cache of their own 
house brands. Smart 
shoppers sold on the idea 
of buying house brands 
now enjoy fashion that's 
affordable. Makes sense 
to watch those fashion 
dollars. 



THE BLACKOUT 
CONTEVUES: Black is 
still a popular look for the 
trendsetters. Blend it with 
ankle boots, leggings, a 
short skirt and turtleneck. 
The "mad about plaid" 
crowd busily mixes the 
latest combinations of 
plaid hosier\', purses, 
shoes and other 
accessories. Be careful 
with your selections — 
it's sad if your plaid goes 
bad. 



Levis 
Guess 
Colvin Hlein 
I. Covoricci 
Gap 
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It's the latest, 
it's the 
greatest. It 
may not be 
cool 

tomorrow, 
but it 

sure is hip 
today. 



BAD-nXJDE: bad attiOide. BIG HAIR: teased, liiglilighted and 
styled; made to withstand humcanes and tornadoes. BUDS: 
buddies, pals, friends; your creative community. CHILL: to calm 
down; variations include chill out, chill down and take a chill 
pill. COOL-STRLnTERS: individuals who emit an aura of cool; 
usually dressed in ripped jeans and often looking tragically hip. 
DWEEBISM: Something a dweeb says that is classically saipid 
but correct in a very simple, practical way. 5000-GEE: farewell, 
goodbye, auf weidersehn, hey-hey and HAVE A GOOD DAY; 
visualize driving away in an Audi 5000. FRESH: cool beyond 
belief. GET A CLUE: to become aware. GRANOLA: a 
personality that is composed of a mixture of earthy attributes; 
usually drinks mineral water, eats rice cakes, wears Birkenstocks 
and is way into recycling. HYPERTRENDY: the act of anxiously 
jumping on the trend bandwagon and being among the first to 
flaunt the latest. KILLER Bs: bimbos, babes, bubbleheads, 
Bambies and Barbie dolls; usually pretty^ in a plastic sort of way. 
MALL-JAMMER: an individual who receives great satisfaction 
from shopping malls and actively participates in imprompai 
activities such as bargain hunting, chowing down on mall food, 
looking cool or just hanging out with tlie buds. NBT: No Big 
Thing. NEO-NORMAL: a typical, average indi\idual who is 
ordinary in a very cool way; usually a confonxiist who wants to 
be accepted but not idolized by peers. NOT: negative, used in a 
pejorative (it's a great word — look it up!) or cy^nical sense. 
When used at the end of a statement, it usually means a 
sarcastic "I don't tliink so." Dri\'es adults crazy. See Wimp. OPP: 
Other People's Property; Otlier People's Problems. PDA: Public 
Display of Affection. RANDOM: extremely weird, as in "Tliats 
really random." TURBO-CRAM: very intense last-minute 
saidying usually done on a Monday morning or immediately 
prior to an exam. WAY: a superlative, as in "way cool," "way 
fun," and "way chic." WIMP: a "too nice" person who saciifices 
his or her own needs because he or she lacks assertiveness, as 
in "Arnold Schwarzenegger is a wimp — NOT." 



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Porsche recently launched the 911 American Roadster 
to commemorate the 40th anniversary of its first U.S. 
road racing victory. The Mazda Miata is a hot choice 
and a fun car to drive. Sun-ey results indicate that 
Lamborghini, BM^' com eitible. Jeep and Mercedes also 
rate high on the dream car list. 



THLK HBOUT COOL: 

when defining cool, teens talk 
about attitude and beha\ ior 
as well as material things. 
A couple of years ago, a 
survey respondent said, "A 
cool person is tally kind 
with an adventuresome 
personality- and amazing clothes. '* This 
seems to still be taie today. In the fall of 
1991, students said that having certain trendy material 
possessions helps a person be cool. More important, 
though, is personality: acting naturally, not being afraid 
to be yourself and being friendly. Uncool, on the other 
hand, is w earing the wrong clothes, but confonnirs" is 
also uncool (there's more than one way to dress cool). 
Bad attitude, expressed in such things as smoking, 
drinking and doing dnigs, is e.specially uncool. 



Fast Food: It's Healthy 
for the Not So Wealthy. 

Consumers \oo\^ for low fat, low cost and high 
environmental commitment from their fa\'orite fast food 
franchises. Chains lean toward a larger selection of 
salads and a bount\' of low fat burgers. KFC got rid of 
the chicken fat by offering "skinfree crispy" and they 
also shortened their name to an acronym to detract 
from the naughty "fried" word found in 
Kenaicky Fried Chicken. Taco Bell is the 
king of low cost leading the way with 
its value menus; some "things" are as 
low as 39 cents. All the chains have 
redesigned packaging to 
accommodate their 
em ironmentally conscious 
customers. Having paper 
burger boxes instead of 
polystyrene makes it a little 
easier to .swallow. 

1 11 Drink to That — Uh-huh. 

This year. Coca Cola widens its lead over Pepsi by 7.7 
percent. However, Pepsi is victorious in the battle for 
image with its notable "Uh-huh" campaign. New Age 
soft drinks such as bottled water and juice flavored 
sparklers spill over into the soft drink arena and gain 
popularity with the health conscious. As the caffeine- 
free trend grows, coffee sales diminish. The\' ha\ en't 
completely chilled — iced coffee, n\ enty-eight tlavors 
of decat and specialts' coffee marketers brew up 
\ igorous campaigns to perk up profits. 




Cities are developing and 
enforcing recycling 
programs that deal with 
gla.ss, plastics, paper and 
other items once 
considered trash. 
Conscientious 
manufacairers ha\ e 
incorporated recyclables 
into their product lines. 
Student groups take 
action to preser\'e natural 
resources and make the 
general population aware 
of our ecological 
situation. 




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meals at home? 

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1 ,000 high school ^Iude^^s Hils tt-as a limiled- 
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be scientifically accurate, but rather reprwenlaliw 
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1\l cijii- .')') ,|iinm\ 
Connors surprised lots 
of people by making it to 
the semi-finals at the U.S. 
( )pen before being defeated. 

2 Freed L .S. hostage 
Tern Anderson waves to 
journalists at the Syrian 
Foreign Ministry in 
Damascus after almost seven 
years' captivity in Lebanon. 

C\ Clarence Thomas 
-t answers questions 
before the Senate 
Judician' Committee after his 
nomination for the U.S. 
Supreme Court. He replaced 
retiring Justice Thurgood 
Marshall. 

4 After winning an Oscar 
in 1989. Jodie Foster 
scored big in 1991 — 
>tarring in Silence of the 
Ijimbs and then in Little Man 
Tale, her first picture as 
director. 

5 Soviet President Mikhai 
Gorbachev speaks with 
a Soviet TV reporter on 
his return to Moscow in 
August after a right-wing 
coup failed to overthrow him. 
However, by year's end he 
had resigned. 

6 Boris Yeltsin speaks to a 
crowd in Moscow. The 
popular elected 
President of the new Russian 
republic assumed leadership 
after Gorbachev stepped 
I iown. 

7 Michael Landon dies. 
His TV credits include 
Rimanzd. Little Hoiise on 
the Prairie, and Hifihway to 
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I TIii- llaj;- 111 |-.-l(itiid. 
I^Uia and l.illiuaiiiu fl\ 
at ihc L niled Nations 
I luildinf; after these Baltic 
-lilies declared their 
iiiilependence. 

2 The Stars and Stripes 
flutter over this ticker- 
tape parade on 
hriiadway during "Operation 
W elconie Home." honoring 
all Persian (julf veterans. 

3 American firefighlers 
use sheets of metal a* 
shields to approach a 
burning oil well in Kuwait. 
Over 000 oil wells ignited bv 
the retreating Iraqi Army had 
to be capped. 

4 Philippine soldiers work 
on a collapsed building 
at Clark Air Base. The 
I S. base was abandoned 
|ii nnanently after buildings 
ucre damaged bv the weight 
(il falling ash from the Mount 
I'iriatubo volcano. 

5 rhe \^ ashington 
Kedskins defeat the 
BulTalo Bills in Super 
Bowl XXVI. 

6 A Croatian National 
(Juanl meml)er guards a 
(Croatian army car 
during the Serl)-Croal civil 
war in Yugoslavia.